AP Pension appoints Pernille Jessen as investment director

Denmark’s AP Pension has hired Pernille Jessen as its new investment director as of 1 January 2024.

Jessen joins from a position as co-investment director at AkademikerPension and has previously worked at Danmarks Nationalbank, among others.

AP Pension's managing director, Bo Normann Rasmussen, welcomes the appointment and is looking forward to the collaboration.

“We have a well-functioning and stable investment team, which has proven time and time again that it is capable of creating good, long-term returns for customers. That is why we have taken our time to find the right candidate for the post, and I am convinced that we now have that,” he said.

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