PFA divests bonds – Danica holds on

Pension company PFA has chosen to divest government bonds and invest in equities to prepare itself for the post-pandemic world.

Allan Polack, CEO, PFA | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

PFA has chosen to exit bonds and purchase equities, real estate and infrastructure, where there is less risk of a low tide if interest rates and inflation increase in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, CEO Allan Polack tells Danish financial daily Børsen.

The CEO also told the paper that the central banks are becoming more political.

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