Nordea recruits top profile from Danske

The director of Danske Bank's Private Wealth Management unit leaves the bank for a Nordea appointment.

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Lars Ellehave-Andersen, director of Danske Bank's Private Wealth Management, is resigning from his position after four years in the bank's employ to instead join Nordea.

"I have been offered an exiting job in Nordea, where Mads Skovlund and I will manage Personal Banking in Denmark and lead it toward new goals based on even stronger customer experiences. I am honored and humbled, after only having spent such a short time in the banking part of the financial sector, to now manage a more conventional bank," Ellehave-Andersen writes via his Facebook profile, which features a photo of him still wearing a Danske Bank badge on his suit jacket lapel.

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