Outgoing head of SEB in Denmark wants to achieve one last ambition after leaving the bank

Peter Høltermand, who is stopping as head of SEB in Denmark in two years, at the age of 59, wants to explore a board member career. He is happy to be stopping at SEB in time to do this.

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When Peter Høltermand hands over the reins of SEB Denmark to Mark Luscombe in two years' time, he will be 59 years old.

"I started when I was 19, so I have been in Danish and Nordic finance for 40 years. So it's fair to say that I've been around," says Høltermand.

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