Danish FSA names new head of investor protection

The Danish Danish Financial Authority has found a new leader for the investor protection department, after the former head left the watchdog to join Danske Bank Wealth Management.

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Danish Financial Authority manager Sean Hove will become the new head of the office for investor protection from mid-March, the authority reports on its website.

Hove currently heads up the financial authority's office for mid-size financial institution inspections. Before he joined the authority in 2012, he worked at the Central bank of Denmark and the Finance ministry.

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