Pandemic brought time for reflection – Hasselgren ready for her next challenge

Danske Bank's – soon to be former – head of sustainable investments is ready for new tasks. She doesn’t want to box herself in and is enthusiastic about the changes to come in the industry.

Earlier this week, Ulrika Hasselgren announced that she is leaving Danske Bank at the end of June. | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

When Danske Bank hired Ulrika Hasselgren to head its sustainable investments in January 2018, it was considered quite a scoop. Soon after, however, the bank's money laundering scandal exploded and overshadowed most other news and initiatives from Danske.

Earlier this week, Hasselgren announced that she is leaving Danske at the end of June.

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