Danske Bank WM executive starts in new role as part of organizational change

Global Head of Private Wealth Management becomes country manager of the Danske Bank’s Finnish branch. A new global head will not be hired, as Danske Bank has integrated its global private wealth organization into the four Nordic markets.

Stojko Gjurovski, the new head of Danske Bank in Finland. | Photo: PR

(Updated with additional information)

In September 2019, Danske Bank decided to move its private banking activities from its wealth management unit into the personal banking units. The goal was to ensure better alignment of its various banking offerings and reduce organizational complexity.

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