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New head of Denmark's Sparinvest looks to institutions to fuel growth

Sparinvest has put a brand-new strategy in place to see it through the next four years. By the end of 2022, it must have gathered in more than DKK 60 billion in extra assets under management -- and in the future, most of its business growth is to come from institutional investors. CEO Jørgen Søgaard-Andersen tells AMWatch's siter site, FinansWatch, all about the plan.

Jørgen Søgaard Andersen, CEO of Sparinvest. | Photo: Jeanne Kornum

Last month, Sparinvest's CEO Per Noesgaard, resigned from the job he had been in for the last 22 years.

Now his successor, Jørgen Søgaard-Andersen, has a new vision for the Danish asset manager, in the form of a 2022 plan which has been in the making since January.

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