Students keep experienced CIO in the hot seat

Henrik Olejasz Larsen had planned to continue his career in Economics with his nose in a book - but he missed human interaction. This has led the now 60-year old chief investment officer to many different jobs in the Danish finance sector, and for more than 30 years, his teaching has helped to maintain high levels of professionalism.

Henrik Olejasz Larsen, chief investment officer, turns 60 on Friday 13. December | Photo: Sampension/PR

Over the years, his name has become well-known in the international investment circles - as a prize winner, speaker and panel participant. But Henrik Olejasz Larsen is also a well-known economist here in Denmark - especially among those in the finance sector who have studied Economics at the University of Copenhagen.  For more than 30 years, he has taught different economics subjects at the university.

For the last four to five years he has taught the course "Pricing Financial Assets" which is primarily about the pricing of options and futures.

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