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Sasja Beslik leaves PFA for Japanese impact manager

The Danish pension fund has confirmed its profiled Head of Sustainability Sasja Beslik is leaving at the end of May – despite only joining the firm in September.

Sasja Beslik is leaving PFA for SDG Impact Japan | Photo: Jakob Melgaard / PFA

Danish pension fund PFA hired prominent Swedish sustainability figure Sasja Beslik as its new head of sustainability in September.

But Beslik is already leaving the firm to join Japanese impact manager SDG Impact Japan, AMWatch can reveal.

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