PFA CIO puts his hands up: We are lagging behind on returns

Most of PFA's competitors have beaten it when it comes to returns, and that has not gone unnoticed by the pension fund's CIO. After adjustments, PFA's returns should improve, he says.

Kasper A. Lorenzen, CIO at PFA | Photo: PR/PFA

For the first nine months of 2021, PFA generated returns of 8.8 and 9.4 percent for its PFA Plus and PFA Klima Plus products, respectively, for medium risk clients with 15 years to retirement.

An analysis conducted by investment advisor Nikolaj Holdt Mikkelsen shows that PFA's returns are lagging behind those of other pension companies, including AP Pension, Danica, PensionDanmark and Industriens Pension. This is true both for the past nine months, and on a five year basis.

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