"Organizational changes" cost seven employees their jobs at Nykredit's asset management arm

To be among the best in the market, Nykredit Wealth Management has cut down on organizational costs, meaning seven employees are leaving.

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Seven employees at Nykredit's asset management arm are stopping.

The company revealed this to Finanswatch, which reported on Tuesday morning that the former chief strategist at Sparinvest - which was taken over by Nykredit last year - along with "a number" of others, had been let go on Thursday.

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