Ex-head of WM quits Danske Bank to become CEO outside of financial sector

Jacob Aarup-Andersen, who has a long track record within asset management, including roles as principal at a US-based hedge fund and chief portfolio manager at Danske Capital, has got a new job outside of the financial industry.

Photo: Danske Bank/PR

Jacob Aarup-Andersen, head of Banking DK and member of the Executive leadership team at Danske Bank, is leaving the bank to start a new job elsewhere, the bank revealed in a press release on Monday morning.

ISS has announced that they have employed Aarup-Andersen to take over from outgoing CEO Jeff Gravenhorst.

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