Kirstein consultancy to take a more traditional direction after the sale of investment firm

Jesper Kirstein has no plans of retiring after selling off investment management firm Spektrum, which he founded three years ago. Instead, he wants to move his Copenhagen-based consulting company Kirstein in the direction of a more traditional consulting role, he tells AMWatch.

Jepser Kirstein is the founder of Kirstein and Spektrum and the CEO of Kirstein. | Photo: PR/Kirstein

As asset management companies Secure and Spektrum are going to merge, Spektrum's founder Jesper Kirstein has decided to sell his shares in the company to Secure.

"First of all, I want to say that of course it's sad. When I announced this to the employees I had a tear in the corner of my eye," Kirstein tells AMWatch.

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