Denmark's PKA poaches ATP legal chief to head new sustainable team

ATP's legal executive director moves to PKA where she is set to lead a new sustainable investment team.

Dewi Dylander changes from ATP to PKA | Photo: PR

Dewi Dylander, Legal Executive Director at Denmark's biggest pension fund ATP, is going to take on a new job at labour-market pensions firm PKA, the latter has announced.

Since last summer, Dylander has been a member of ATP's group management, but is now to become PKA's new executive vice president. She will head up a new team which has been established to "strengthen the efforts to contribute to a sustainable society and at the same time create good retirement plans to the members," according to the PKA announcement.

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