Former Nordea AM Director reminisces while settling into new role: "Unigestion offered the role I was looking for"

Last year, Per Lawætz Hansen took a giant leap when he said goodbye to the company he had been working at his entire adult life. Back in 1986, Hansen joined SDS – which later became part of Nordea with the merger in 2000. Going from a large super tanker with 29,000 employees to Unigestion, a small but international company of 250 employees, has been a great experience. Hansen tells AMWatch why he needed such change in his career.

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Which career path did you envision for yourself when you were younger?

"I was interested in finding something I enjoyed and was passionate about, rather than following a traditional career path. I enjoyed linguistics, so I studied business English and German at CBS.

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