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This week’s job moves include changes in executive management at Evli, Danske Bank, FIM Asset Management, AIM Capital, AMF and Velliv, as well as a promotion and a new vice president.

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Top manager resigns at Danske Wealth Management

After three years as global head of Wealth Offerings at Danske Bank, Sune Worm Mortensen has resigned. According to Finanswatch, Worm Mortensen does not have a new job lined up, and a successor has not yet been announced.

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