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Danish football star becomes partner at family office

Imperium Family Office is expanding by establishing a new department to manage the finances of sporting stars. A football player with a master's in finance will be the face of the company.

Lasse Vibe, left, is a new partner at Imperium Sports Family Office. | Photo: Andreea Alexandru/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

FC Midtjylland forward and former Denmark national player Lasse Vibe will be the front figure and a partner of a new department at Imperium Family Office, which will manage the fortunes of current and future sports stars.

33-year-old Vibe, who has played professional football abroad for six and a half years and has played for Denmark 11 times, hasn't just been chosen because of his sporting credentials. Alongside his football career, he has completed a master's degree in finance and accounting at Copenhagen Business School, a press release about the appointment states.

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