UBS hires experienced private banker in efforts to rebuild Copenhagen advisory team after six advisors quit for rival bank

The swiss wealth management specialist has poached private banker from Danske Bank for a role as Director in its Copenhagen office. The very same office lost the majority of its advisory team in one blow in November 2019 to a then undisclosed firm. The ex-advisors' new employer has now been confirmed.

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Dirk Svendsen has joined Swiss-based wealth management bank UBS in a role as Director of the Copenhagen office, he has announced on LinkedIn.

"Yesterday, on April 1, I started as a director at UBS in Copenhagen.  I look forward to becoming part of a strong and competent team at a global market leader within Wealth Management. My new colleagues have given me a warm welcome, and I am really looking forward to working with them," he writes.

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