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Head of WM reminisces amid strong AUM growth and "the biggest and most exciting change in his career"

During his 14 years in the finance industry in London, Head of Nykredit Wealth Management Peter Kjærgaard worked with Alison Rose, the first female CEO of one of the UK’s four big banks. He tells AMWatch how a specific incident with Rose completely captivated him and why she, and Kjærsgaard’s early years in the Danish national forces have played an important part in shaping his view on management skills.

Head of Nykredit Wealth Management Peter Kjærgaard | Photo: PR / Nykredit

Nykredit published its Q3 statement earlier this week, revealing considerable growth in assets under management in the wealth management unit to a total EUR of 43.8bn.

This is an increase of EUR 15.6bn since the turn of the year of which returns account for EUR 1.8bn and Sparinvest, from late in the third quarter, accounts for EUR 13bn. Finally, the inflow of new assets totals EUR 910m.

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