Carnegie appoints new chief strategist

Investment bank Carnegie has now found a replacement for Henrik Drusebjerg who will join Danske Wealth Management. Three chief strategists based in Denmark were part of the same strategy team years ago.

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Nordic-based Carnegie Investment Bank has found a new chief strategist to replace Henrik Drusebjerg who will join Danske Wealth Management as chief strategist.

The new chief strategist, Jack Lindholm Mortensen, says to AMWatch that he will assume his new role on 1 April 2019.

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