Former Sparinvest CIO made redundant from Nykredit

Two years after Danish mortgage bank group Nykredit took over domestic asset manager Sparinvest, its former CIO has been made redundant.

Thomas Gunnarsson. | Photo: Sparinvest PR

Just four months after Thomas Gunnarsson joined Sparinvest as CIO, the Danish independent asset manager was acquired by Denmark's largest mortgage bank group, Nykredit.

When Nykredit formally took over, Gunnarsson was appointed CIO for Alternatives & Multi-Assets. But now, almost two years later, Gunnarsson is no longer part of Nykredit.

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