Danske Bank reunites with former chief strategist

A well-known profile returns to Danske Bank after five years at sector lobby.

Frank Øland comes from a role as chief economist at the Danish Agricultural and Food Council. | Photo: Frank Øland / PR / L&F

Effective form May 1, Frank Øland Hansen will serve as Danske Bank's new chief strategist, thereby replacing Henrik Drusebjerg, who has taken a new job at wealth management bank Quintet Private Bank, Danske Bank informs in a statement.

Øland Hansen will reportedly be tasked with "coordinating and communicating Danske Bank's advice mainly within the investment an savings space".

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