Adrenaline kick during financial crisis in London made transitioning to Denmark hard

During the financial crisis, Frederik Mørkeberg had a central role selling bank shares for Goldman Sachs in London - a job that took over his entire existence and was done on adrenaline. He tells about his crazy experiences and the difficult transition back to Denmark afterwards.

London's financial district | Photo: Simon Dawson/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

"It gave me a beating - and experiences for life. I wouldn't have had it any other way."

This is how Frederik Mørkeberg summarizes his seven years as an equity trader in London, where the last four years (2005-2009) were spent at Goldman Sachs. He describes it as "being in the eye of the storm during the financial crisis".

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