Top 1000 Funds
June 15, 2011
Danish Pension Fund PFA — having survived the financial crisis and boasting a remarkable funding level of 191 per cent — is now providing both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes and offering its investment skills to external clients. PFA is Denmark’s second biggest pension fund with assets of more than $48.3 billion.
The fund is a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment and has fully integrated the Responsible Board into its investment decision making process.
The fund also uses Swedish screening agency GES Investment Services that analyses a range of investments to see if they comply with PFA’s ESG policies.
By Sam Riley