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Fewer strategies at PFA: We don't need to do it all, says CIO

After five years of underperformance, PFA gave its investment strategy an overhaul last year. So far, the adjustments seem to have had the desired effect, and CIO Kasper Lorenzen tells AMWatch about the changes PFA has made and why he is happy with the results – so far.

”We don’t need to do it all. And we don’t need to have more investment processes than we have portfolio managers. That’s why we have made some strategic opt-outs, and I’m pleased about that,” says Kasper Lorenzen, CIO at PFA. | Photo: PR / PFA

After five years of underwhelming performance, Denmarks’s biggest commercial pension firm revamped its investment strategy last year, with adjustments made seeming to have achieved the intended outcome.

CIO Kasper Lorenzen tells AMWatch about the changes PFA has made and why he is happy with the results – so far.

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