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Head of investments is also leaving Danske Bank's wealth management unit

The head of investments for wealthy clients at the Wealth Management department is leaving Danske Bank.

Several investment executives have left Danske Bank in connection with the latest round of firings. | Photo: Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Danish business daily Børsen Pro reports that Danske Bank Wealth Management's head of investments for wealthy clients, John Poulsen, is leaving the bank. The news has been confirmed by both the bank and the head of investments himself.

John Poulsen has been at Danske Bank for over five years. Before that, he worked at Nordea for several years, where he also focused on the private banking sector.

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