PFA hires Sasja Beslik as head of sustainability

Danish pension fund PFA has hired Sasja Beslik to lead its sustainability efforts. He has previously had a long tenure at Nordea, and has most recently worked for J. Safra Sarasin.


PFA has gained a new Head of Sustainability in the form of Sasja Beslik. He has previously worked at Nordea for many years and was a prominent head of sustainable finance at the banking group.

Most recently, Beslik has been working at Swiss private bank J. Safra Sarasin as a senior executive in sustainable finance and business development. Beslik has a bachelor's degree in journalism and economics from Stockholm University, and is the co-author of Where the Money Tree Grows.

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