"I could sometimes witness changes in market as a result of me selling our buying equities"

As Carnegie's new public figure, Jack Lindholm Mortensen expects to appear regularly in media. He will, however, continue to stay close to the bank's investments -- and even pull the trigger once in a while. AMWatch quizzes the former BlackRock and Amundi professional.

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Last week, Carnegie Investment Bank announced Jack Lindholm Mortensen as its new chief strategist. The former Blackrock vice president and Merrill Lynch sales trader visited AMWatch earlier this week to shed light on his expectations as chief strategist.

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