Danish equity analyst only regrets one thing about his job in London

As a equity analyst specializing in alternative energy, Kasper From Larsen was exactly the person that Macquarie Bank wanted in London in 2009. The move gave him such a big network and taught him so much that ten years later, he still benefits from it in his job as a senior portfolio manager at Danske Asset Management.

Kasper From Larsen still benefits from his analyst job in London. | Photo: PR

When Kasper From Larsen looks back on the three years he spent in London as a equity analyst at Australian-based Macquarie Bank, he would definitely do it again. He only has one regret:

"I wish I had been younger when I came to London. That could have given me something more earlier in life. It gave me so much that it would have been great to have those experiences with me from an earlier age. Even though it is hard, you get a lot out of it," he says about the professional exchange and the network he built up in London from 2009 to 2012.

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