Wealth management bank hires well known Danish strategist

Last week, Danske Bank Global Chief Strategist Henrik Drusebjerg quit his job. Now the frequently used commentator in Danish media emerges as head of Nordic Investment Strategy at Luxembourg wealth manager Quintet's newly established Copenhagen office.

The frequently used commentator in Danish media, Henrik Drusebjerg emerges as head of Nordic Investment Strategy at Quintet Danmark. | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

In October last year, Quintet Private Bank (Quintet) opened an office in Copenhagen. Now the Luxembourg-based wealth management bank has hired Danske Bank’s former Global Chief Strategist, Henrik Drusebjerg, as head of Nordic Investment Strategy.

"Henrik Drusebjerg will be a fantastic expansion of our team in Denmark and globally with his enormous strategic insights and the impressive results he has created historically. All of our customers will no doubt benefit from his global outlook and unique understanding of the Nordic region," says Henrik Wyrwik, head of Quintet Danmark, in a press release.

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