Danske Bank's new chief strategist envisions reinforcement of the bank after money laundering scandal

Henrik Drusebjerg's communication skills will be put to a test when he assumes his new duties as chief strategist at Danske Bank Wealth Management. And even though the money laundering case is still a topic of discussion, he is optimistic for the bank's future.

Henrik Drusebjerg | Photo: Valdemar Jürgensen

Danske Bank Wealth Management has poached one of the most prominent financers in Denmark -- forty-four-year-old Henrik Drusebjerg, currently chief strategist at Carnegie Investment Bank.

He is a frequent commentator on television news channel TV2 News, quoted in daily broadsheets and commended for his communication skills.

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