Denmark's PKA appoints new chief executive

Jonathan Boyd
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PKA, the Danish pension provider with assets of some €37bn and annual contributions in 2018 of €1.2bn, has appointed Jon Johnsen as chief executive, taking over as of 1 March 2020 from current incumbent Peter Damgaard Jensen, who is retiring. Johnsen will join from his current role as group head and chief operating officer at PFA Pension - another of Denmark's bigger pension providers, with some €77bn of assets. PKA chairman Stephanie Lose said: "Jon comes to PKA with significant experience from the pension sector. He has achieved very good results in his current position, he has a pe...

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