PFA picks new CEO for Asset Management department

Christian Lindstrøm Lage leaves the company after having worked as a CEO at PFA Asset Management for 12 years. His replacement has been found within the Danish pension fund.

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Christian Lindstrøm Lage, worked at PFA for 12 years, is leaving his role as CEO of PFA Asset Management. The press announcement states this is happening on the basis of a "mutual agreement".

Irene Holmslykke from the company's own ranks will be taking over the role with the start date September 1st.

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