Danske Bank snatches new head of alternative investments from PensionDanmark

Danske Bank Asset Management snatches its new head of alternative investments from PensionDanmark, and he is to boost Danske Bank's position in illiquid alternatives. PensionDanmark picks replacement from own ranks.

Claus Lyngdal is new head of alternative investments at Danske Bank Asset Management | Photo: Ursula Bach, Pension Danmark PR

Forty-eight-year-old Claus Lyngdal is new head of alternative investments at in a newly establishedrole at Danske Bank Asset Management,

Lyngdal comes from a job as head of alternative investments at PensionDanmark where he has been employed since 2008. Prior to that he was CIO at Realdania from 2003-2008, and before that he worked at consultancy firm PWC.

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