Former Maj Invest CIO resurfaces at small asset manager

After resigning from Maj Invest last autumn, now the investment professional has found his new job at Aros Capital.

Former Maj Invest Chief Investment Officer Peter Mosbæk is starting in a new position as Head of Investment at asset management company Aros Capital, reports Danish business media Børsen Pro.

Last autumn, he resigned from his position at Maj Invest not knowing what the future might hold – but now he does.

"I felt a need to clear my head. At this stage, I have stayed home for six months. But also to go some place where I could start over and create something new," Peter Mosbæk tells to Børsen Pro.

Aros Capital has four employees and a student assistant, and they currently offer investment advisory to around 20 major clients. They manage assets worth over DKK 2bn.

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