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.

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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.

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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.

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By Sam Riley

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