Denmark's Bankinvest hires new portfolio manager for DKK 10 billion Danish equities team

Danish asset manager Bankinvest has found the replacement for Karsten Søndermølle, who is leaving for asset Manager Maj Invest.

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Bankinvest, the Danish asset manager, has hired Stefan Ingildsen as new senior portfolio manager for Bankinvest's Danish equities team, which manages som DKK 10 billion (EUR 1.3 billion).

The 49-year old Ingilsen has previously been Chief Financial Officer in listed hearing aids manufacturer William Demant, where he in 2015 was named the best CFO in Denmark in the Thomson Extel European CFO Survey, and Germany's Ottobock Healthcare.

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