Long-serving portfolio manager quits Danske after split

In connection with organizational restructurings at Danske Wealth Management, one of Danske Bank's long-time portfolio managers has opted to leave the bank, AMWatch's sister site FinansWatch reports

Danske Wealth Management is based in Lyngby, north of copenhagen.

This week Danske Bank decided to split its Wealth Management unit into two, and as a result, long-serving portfolio manager Jens Moos is resigning from the bank, writes FinansWatch.

Danske splits CIO role into two

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