Living the dream - quit his job to sail the seven seas

While a boat trip around the world, surrounded only by family and dolphins, is a dream shared by many, only a select few make it reality. FinansWatch asks Michael Vitfell-Rasmussen, who has worked for years as an Equity Analyst, about his thoughts and expectations ahead of 12 months at sea.

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When on Friday June 28, Michael Vitfell-Rasmussen arrives home from work, he will hang his 3-piece striped suit in the closet for the last time in 13 months, and not think about rates, P/E values and income potentials for a long time.

After nine years at ABG Sundal Collier in Copenhagen, the investment bank's 40-year-old Head of Research has quit his job to take his family on a trip around the world - initially by plane, then in a motor-home, and finally on a sailboat for several months. Only in August 2020 are they required back, when the children begin a new school year.

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