Danske Invest: Centralizing Nordic management will make us a better team

Danske Invest's head of equities, Lars Erik Moen, holds that Danske's Nordic divisions have previously been too isolated in their operations, with too little cooperation across borders.

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Gathering the Nordic asset management divisions under one umbrella will contribute to competency upgrades, and that managers would do a better job, Danske Invest's recently appointed head of Nordic equities, Lars Erik Moen, tells AMWatch's Norwegian sister media

"We've been working to integrate management. Instead of having a single country manager for each of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, we have set up a Nordic team managing different portfolios in the different countries. In sum, we have people with a combined almost 200 years of experience with investments," says Moen.

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