Banking sector's investment heads switch to family offices

In the past few years, the families behind some of the greatest fortunes in Denmark have been hunting for investment expertise, and several executives from the banks’ elite units have gone solo at the family offices.

Teis Knuthsen skiftede Saxo Privatbank ud med Kirk Kapital | Photo: Saxo Privatbank

Denmark's most wealthy families exceedingly snatch asset managers from banks.  

As reported by AMWatch's sister site FinansWatch, an increasing number among the most wealthy families in Denmark found their own family offices with independent investment expertise. A lot of those working at the new family offices have a background in the elite units of banks – below is a selection of the most remarkable shifts.

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