Allan Polack resigns as Group CEO of PFA

14 February 2022

Allan Polack, who has been Group CEO of PFA since 2015, resigns and Executive Vice President Mads Kaagaard is appointed to the role. It is expected that PFA will soon be able to name the future Group CEO.

Under Allan Polack’s management, PFA has consolidated its role as market leader and as the largest commercial pension company. The change is part of a natural generational change, where under Allan Polack’s leadership a skilled management team has been assembled, which with a new Group CEO will continue PFA’s strong development. The process of finding a new Group CEO has been going on for some time.

From 2015 to 2021, PFA has significantly increased its customer funds so that in 2021 they are DKK 647 billion. In the same period, the annual payments increased from DKK 28.7 billion. DKK to 43.8 billion. In addition, PFA has created a total of DKK 189 billion during the period. DKK in return to customers.

Allan Polack thus delivers a solid PFA in growth with more than 6,400 corporate and organizational customers and 1.3 million. private customers, of which 350,000 customers are from the collaboration with Letpension. A collaboration that has been growing strongly since 2015.

Source: PFA
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