CEO resigns from Danske Private Equity -- successor in place

After a year as CEO of Danske Private Equity, Michael Nørgaard has decided to resign to leave room for someone more sales-oriented. The new CEO has already been appointed.

Claus Heinemann is taking over the Private Equity branch from Michael Nørgaard | Photo: Danske Bank

After a tumultous year for Danske Private Equity, the rollercoaster ride is still not quite over.

Michael Nørgaard, who had spent 15 years in the Group Treasury department at Danske Bank, took over as CEO when John Danielsen and Peter Thellufsen -- who headed Danske Bank's private equity arm for years -- resigned early last June.

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