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Kirk Kapital grabs sustainability chief from Danske's new flagship fund

Danske Bank Asset Management has lost one of the analysts behind its analytical ESG data tool, Mdash, to Lego fortune manager Kirk Kapital. Danske's now-former investment professional also served as chief ESG analyst and senior portfolio manager of its new sustainable global equity fund, launched last year.

Thomas Fabricius is now investment director with responsibility for sustainable investment at Kirk Kapital. | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

Danish investment firm Kirk Kapital has appointed Thomas Fabricius as investment director with responsibility for sustainable investment, Kirk Kapital and Fabricius announce on Linkedin.

"I am glad and honored to share that today marks my first day at Kirk Kapital where I will assume the role of investment director across various asset classes and leading sustainable investment efforts within Financial Investments," writes Fabricius, who had his first day at Kirk Kapital on Monday, March 1.

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