New pension chair must build bridges between disagreeing clients

The newly elected P+ boardmembers must find a sustainable investment policy that satisfies all members, chairman Kim Duus says.

Kim Duus (pictured) took over the chairman position at P+ from Anders Eldrup. | Photo: PR

After a tough election period, where the 12 board positions at P+ were cut down to 7, the pension fund now has a board with varying opinions about how far P+ should go to help the green transition.

This means board chair Kim Duus has to perform a balancing act, Økonomisk Ugebrev reports.

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