Aberdeen boss leaves to help a foreign investor get going in Denmark

Jes Rovsing is leaving his role as head of transactions at Aberdeen Standard Investments in Denmark at the end of the month. He is staying in the real estate industry, however, where he will help a foreign investor to establish themselves in Denmark, he says to EjendomsWatch.

"It is within property investments and transactions," Rovsing says about his new job, which he starts on February 1. | Photo: PR / Aberdeen Standard Investments

Asset manager Aberdeen Standard Investments in Denmark is losing its head of transactions, Jes Rovsing confirms to EjendomsWatch.

He came to Aberdeen in 2017 after over six years with Freje Ejendomme, and will now start a new job on February 1.

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