Investment duo to gain more responsibility following alpha head's exit

With Kåre Hahn Michaelsen leaving Danske Bank Asset Management, almost the entire ex-management group at Danske Capital is now out of the banking group.  

Thomas Otbo, head of risk premia, (left) and Andreas Dankel, head of credit, (right) will have more responsbility at Danske Bank Asset Management in the future | Photo: PR / Danske Bank Asset Management

(Updated with additional information from Danske Bank Wealth Management)

Danske Bank Asset Management will not hire a replacement for Kåre Hahn Michelsen, who is leaving his current position as global head of Alpha after 16 years at Danske Bank Group, the bank confirms in a reply to AMWatch.

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