Denmark's Velliv poaches PFA's chief strategist

Velliv, formerly Nordea Life & Pension, poaches chief strateigst from PFA Pension.

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Denmark's biggest commercial pension provider, PFA Pension, has lost its chief strategist for the past nine years Henrik Henriksen to Velliv, formerly Nordea Life & Pension, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

The investment strategist confirms the job change to the daily paper. He joins 1st of January and will continue to work as chief strategist, thereby having influence on Velliv's investment processes and decisions.

"I will also have some other tasks in response to Velliv's large corporate clients and to appear in the media. My role at Velliv will, therefore, remind a lot like the role I had at PFA which I'm generally comfortable with."

In addition to investing, Velliv informs to Børsen that Henrik Henriksen is to develop a new advisory concept which aims to deliver investment advice to decision makers and VIP clients.

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