DNB appoints head of Danish branch - needs to deliver on plan for growth in Denmark

For the first time ever, Norway's largest bank has appointed a Dane as general manager for DNB in Denmark. His goal is to realize the bank's "ambitious growth plans" within the segment for large corporates and institutions.

Peter Svanborg | Photo: DNB/Presse

For the first time in the bank's history, a Dane will now be at the helm of DNB in Denmark.

39-year-old Peter Svanberg, who has worked for DNB in Denmark for 11 years, is taking over from Frederik Åberg, who is moving back to Sweden after eight years in the role.

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