Former FSA employee to lead Nordea Invest

An internal candidate who formerly worked at the Danish FSA has filled the position of head of Nordea Invest in Denmark.

Rasmus Eske Bruun | Photo: PR/ Nordea Invest

Rasmus Eske Bruun has taken over the hot seat at Nordea Invest, after Eric Pedersen left the position last year to become head of responsible investments, the bank reveals in a press release.

"When I was asked whether I wanted to take over the role of being the investment association's Danish voice, there were no doubts in my mind, and I am really looking forward to developing Nordea Invest from now on. My most important task will be to ensure that our customers get the best possible returns, and that they can choose from products that suit their investment profiles," says Bruun in a press release.

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