Why Denmark's largest commercial pension firm manages most investments in-house

Kasper Lorenzen, CIO at PFA, tells AMWatch why the pension firm has chosen to take even more of its investment management in-house.

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

Danish pension firm PFA manages most of its investments in-house. The firm’s 135-person investment team manages the majority of its listed assets and the lion’s share of its real estate.

”In our most recent adjustment of our investment strategy, we have chosen to manage more in-house. In terms of liquid investments, we manage almost everything in-house. We currently have one or two external managers in our traditional listed investments,” Kasper Lorenzen, CIO at PFA, tells AMWatch in an interview.

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