Impatient wealth manager wants to be indispensable in a world where everyone can be replaced

The financial advisor has, despite his young age, always dreamt of becoming the master of his own house. He now manages affluent families' wealth, weaving them and their large sums into a web in which he, too, is becoming increasingly entangled.

Johan Bangsborg has always dreamt of becoming the king of his own castle. At the age of 35, he's achieved it. Alongside his team behind Imperium Family Office, he manages the wealth of affluent families. | Photo: Imperium Family Office // PR

The paperweight resting in Johan Bangsborg's office has a special meaning for him.

It has followed him throughout his entire career, and he remembers how he often begged his grandfather, who also had the item in his office, to tell its story.

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