New ATP CEO started amidst heavy turbulence: "I am like a penguin - my big feet mean I'm not easy to knock down"

On Saturday, Martin Præstegaard marks his 100th day as CEO of Denmark’s largest pension fund, ATP. He reflects on his dramatic first few months, where the fund has reported huge losses - but says he is still standing.

Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Tomorrow, Oct. 8, 100 days have passed since former CFO at ATP Martin Præstegaard took over the top job at Denmark’s state supplementary pension fund, one of the most powerful and prestigious roles in the country.

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