Per Frederiksen reached career peak and resigned: "The job must be meaningful at a deeper level"

European executive at US-based Nuveen had reached his goal. Then the goal changed. Now he's got off the hamster wheel and has quit his job. He's currently working on making a dream come true.

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Per Frederiksen has achieved everything he wanted. Or everything he thought he wanted. Now, he's not so sure anymore.

In the last decade, he has climbed the ranks of a series of major global asset managers – most recently, US Nuveen, which manages more than a billion US dollars for the pension fund TIAA and other like-minded investors. Towards the end, he was responsible for the firm's European portfolio.

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