CEO of Danske Invest Luxembourg changes jobs for non-executive role

Danske Invest veteran in Luxembourg leaves executive job to become director of Danske Invest funds in Luxembourg and Guernsey.

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The managing director and CEO of Danske Invest Management Company Luxembourg, Klaus Ebert, will from next year assume a new role as non-executive director for Danske Invest's Luxembourg and Guernsey based funds as well as for other funds.

He has been with Danske Group for 33 years – the last 20 years with Danske Invest in Luxembourg.

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