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From DTU and MIT to Sparinvest’s second-in-command

The crown prince of the Danish asset management firm, Sparinvest has always known what he wanted. Nonetheless, the career of the investment manager with an engineering degree has not always followed a straight path. His career took a large shift as early as 1996. "It came to define the rest of my life," he says.

Jørgen Søgaard-Andersen, deputy CEO of asset manager Sparinvest. | Photo: Jeanne Kornum

Spreek je Nederlands? Jørgen Søgaard-Andersen does. Speak Dutch, that is.

He also has a degree in civil engineering and comes from the mid-size Danish town, Vejle.

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