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Job shifts continue in the asset management industry despite the summer lull. With the chair of a Danish Credit Boutique stepping down, here are the week's essential recruitment moves:

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Change of chair at Credit Boutique Capital Four

New York-based Danish lawyer Anne-Mette Beske Nielsen has stepped down as Chair of the board at Capital Four. Nielsen has been in the role since October 2014. Capital Four tells AMWatch the fund already has an eligible successor lined up whose name will be revealed in August.

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