SEB's new Danish country lead wants to grow in private wealth segment

SEB Danmark's new country manager, Mark Luscombe, has identified two key routes to growth in the company's future operations. The new strategy will be executed without disrupting existing clients, he says.

Mark Luscombe starts in his role of country manager for SEB in Denmark at the end of June. | Photo: PR/SEB

Continuity, growth and corporate finance are three key areas that define the generation shift currently taking place in Denmark.

After 18 years at the helm of the Swedish bank in Denmark, Country Manager Peter Høltermand is passing the torch on to Mark Luscombe.

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