Capital Four’s new VP wants to inspire more women to become CFA holders after returning to Denmark

Career Path: Capital Four's new vice president, Elizabeth Holmenlund, has returned to Denmark after 10 years in London where she worked at JP Morgan Markets for six years. Her international background is advantageous for her new role, she tells AMWatch.  

"Being back in Denmark, I’m especially intrigued by the fact that very few Danish women are CFA charter holders, and I am keen to continue to promote and inspire other women and help them to thrive in the industry," says Elizabeth Holmenlund | Photo: PR

Which career path did you envision for yourself when you were younger?

"I never envisaged a career in financial services - in fact, I didn’t know much about the industry until I started university, where everyone was striving for a job at an investment bank.

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