Pension fund snatches CEO of Denmark's Export Credit Agency

After 11 years as Chief Executive of the Danish government's Export Credit Agency, Anette Ebnerhard has quit in order to join a large pension fund as head of alternative investments.

Anette Eberhard, now former CEO of Denmark's Export Credit Agency. | Photo: EKF

PKA AIP, the alternative investments unit of Danish pension fund PKA, has been pleagued by a high personnel turnover.

After six years as head of the alternative investments unit, which manages some DKK 50 billion (EUR 6.7 billion) for PKA, Anders Dalhoff unexpectedly quit at the end of 2017. On his Linkedin-profile, Dalhoff wrote that he and PKA "were unable to agree on the future direction for PKA AIP".

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