Danske appoints new head of sustainable investments

Danske Bank has found its new head of sustainable investments internally after Ulrika Hasselgren in June announced that she found the time was ripe for moving on.

Erik Eliasson is the new Head of sustainable investment at Danske Bank Wealth Management. | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

Danske Bank has found a successor to take over after Ulrika Hasselgren. In June, she decided to leave the bank after two years as head of sustainable investments.

The new head of sustainable investment will be Erik Eliasson, who has also been covering Hasselgren's position since she had her last day at the end of June.

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