Chief portfolio manager quits Danske Bank AM

An experienced stock picker has decided to quit Danske Bank Asset Management after 21 years at the helm. The fund manager leaves a strategy that he founded in 2004, but a new portfolio management team is in place, according to Danske's CIO.

Ivan Larsen, now former chief portfolio manager at Danske Bank Asset Management. | Photo: Danske Bank/PR

Chief Portfolio Manager at Danske Bank Asset Management Ivan Larsen has decided to quit after spending 21 years at the Danish lender’s money management arm, as announced by him on LinkedIn. 

Larsen founded the strategy European Small Cap in 2004, and has since been its lead portfolio manager. He was also lead fund manager of the fund Danske Invest Tyskland (Germany, -ed.), which was merged with European small cap fund 2019.  

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