Allan Polack resigns as CEO of PFA

After seven years leading the Danish pension company, Allan Polack steps down from his position leading PFA, which has been scouting for a new CEO "for some time".

Allan Polack har været adm. direktør for PFA siden 2015 og har sidste dag på posten 7. marts. | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

PFA will now have to find a new boss. Allan Polack, chief executive since 2015, is resigning from his post, PFA informs in a statement Friday.

Polack joined PFA in 2015 from Nordea. His last day at PFA will be March 7, when the pension provider holds it general assembly.

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