New AM CEO wants to tackle the lack of women in finance: "Diversity gives balance"

Lone Kjærgaard has climbed the ranks to sit at the top of investment company Investering & Tryghed. From there, she hopes to create a ripple effect both within the company and the industry as a whole.

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When Lone Kjærgaard arrived for her first day of primary school in Ålum, a small village close to Randers, she was in for a shock. She was one of only three girls in her primary school class, accompanied by 19 boys.

Now, however, she is used to being one of the few women in the room.

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