CIO separates from Danish asset manager following big losses

A high-profile CIO has resigned after a special investment strategy resulted in significant losses. The replacement is found internally.

Christian Klarskov (left) and Peter Kubicki (right) | Photo: Niels Hougaard.

On Friday, Danish asset manager Investeringsrådgivning, with around DKK 3b in assets under management, said farewell to its Chief Investment Officer Christian Klarskov.

Investeringsrådgivning, headquartered in Herning, western Denmark, is an independent asset management firm founded in 2009 by the Krogh Andersen brothers. The AM also has an office is Copenhagen.

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