Integrity and quick decision-making gained former fund selector a place as partner

For the second time in just a few years, Malene Bason has switched career paths and entered a partnership with three other asset management advisors. The most important thing is having shared values about orderliness, Bason says about the partnership.

Malene Bason is now a partner at Atrium. | Photo: PR

Just as Malene Bason had not imagined becoming self-employed when she left her job as head of external manager selection at Danske Bank in 2018, she had not imagined becoming a partner when she was introduced to Atrium last year. All she wanted was to collaborate with the company to host a seminar.

Seven months after she first contacted them, she is now one of the four partners at Atrium, which is an advisory firm focusing on wealth and asset management.

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