Nordic infrastructure investor hires sustainability pioneer Ulrika Hasselgren

After some months as an independent advisor, Ulrika Hasselgren now joins a EUR 1.3bn Nordic infrastructure investor.

Ulrika Hasselgren. | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Nordic infrastructure investor Infranode has appointed Ulrika Hasselgren as a senior advisor.

Hasselgren, a sustainability pioneer, quit her job last summer after two and a half years as head of sustainability at Danske Bank. Until now, she has been working as an independent advisor.

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