Danske Asset Management changes head in the bank's new organizational change

Organizational changes at Danske Bank leads to a new head of Danske Bank Asset Management for the second time this year as CIO Christian Heiberg takes over after Atilla Olesen.

Christian Heiberg is new head of Danske Asset Management.

Danske Bank announced redundancies of up to 1,600 employees Thursday and a new organizational setup involving a new Commercial Leadership Team of 20 leaders.

These changes have also prompted yet another change of head at Danske Bank Asset Management. In February this year, Atilla Olesen was appointed as the new head of Asset Management. He took over from Henrik Gade Jepsen, who had help the position for just under four years.

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