PFA CIO on private equity: We have the capacity to invest more

While some pension funds are scaling down on private equity after impressive returns last year, Denmark’s largest commercial pension firm is staying put, and is even ready to increase its investments in unlisted firms if the right opportunities arise, CIO Kasper Lorenzen tells AMWatch.

Kasper Lorenzen has been the CIO at PFA since September 2019. | Photo: PR/PFA

PFA is ready to commit more to private equity, CIO Kasper Lorenzen tells AMWatch.

”We expect to increase private equity as long as we are presented with co-investments that we like. I believe we will see a lot of these due to our size,” Lorenzen says.

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