Twenty years ago, Mikkel Svenstrup's job was to create mortgage bond models. While he studied mathematics and economics at Aarhus University in Denmark, he worked at Scanrate, a company which develops analytical models to price Danish mortgage bonds.
At the age of 32 he was married and the father of two girls. He was also a partner at Scanrate, and a ph.d. degree. And he could have continued that career.
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