Left ATP out of the blue without having a new job

Mads Smith Hansen left his executive job at APT out of the blue – at least it appeared so. He explains why he suddenly left, not knowing what the future would hold.

Mads Smith Hansen quit his job as Chief Risk Officer at ATP without having a new job. Today he is CEO at Norli Pension. | Photo: ATP

In August last year, to everyone's surprise in the pension fund community, Mads Smith Hansen left his management job at ATP after two years without having a new job.

"I needed to do something else and decided to leave ATP without having a new job," he tells AMWatch's sister site, FinansWatch.

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