Asset management arm of Denmark's third-largest bank targets clients abroad with new initiatives

Jyske Capital wants to increase its presence in Nordic and German-speaking countries. Head of Jyske Capital, Henning Mortensen, tells AMWatch about the new measures taken to reach this goal.

Henning Mortensen, head of Jyske Capital. | Photo: PR / Jyske Capital

The asset management department at Denmark's third-largest bank, Jyske Capital, was established back in 2015, though Jyske Bank dates back to 1967.

"Jyske Capital was created when we decided to merge the different asset management units within the bank. Back then, we set out on a mission to become a significant and recognized Danish asset manager on our core and local markets," says Henning Mortensen, who has been head of Jyske Capital since it was founded.

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