Danske scoops new strategist for Swedish wealth management market

In a bid to raise its profile in the Swedish wealth mangement sector, Danske Bank has managed to hire one of Skandia's economists to become the new senior investment strategist for the business.

Maria Landebon joins Danske Bank in May. | Photo: PR: Danske Bank

Maria Landeborn has been appointed by Danske Bank as senior strategist for Wealth Management in Sweden, the bank has announced.

She will be responsible for asset allocation and investment strategies in Sweden and act as media spokesperson on investment and private finance matters.

Landeborn currently works at Swedish bank Skandia as an economist specializing in private savings. Her resumé includes previous positions at Swedish bank SBAB Bank and British retail financial services provider CMC Markets.

According the the bank's statement, Linda Fagerlund, head of wealth offerings Danske Bank in Sweden, is pleased with the recruitment coup:

“She has much experience and expertise in the field of investment and this strengthens our offering to customers. Maria is also an established and engaged expert in external relations, which is an enormous strength in our aim of creating greater knowledge about Danske Bank."

Landeborn said Danske Bank had a well-defined growth strategy in Sweden, and that this made the job very interesting.

"I look to help develop the bank’s long term strategy on savings and investments and make the bank more visible on the Swedish market,” she says.

Landeborn will start work at Danske Bank in May.

More from AMWatch

AMWatch finds new editor in own ranks

After four years as editor of AMWatch, Søren Rathlou Top is leaving the media for a press coordinator role. Anne Louise Houmann is taking over the reins.

ATP nears end point of historic restructuring

New opportunities to allocate more to riskier assets mean changes are being made at ATP. A restructuring of the central IT system has been the toughest nut to crack in the restructuring, which has been described as the most comprehensive change in the pension giant’s 60-year history.

Further reading

Latest news

AMWatch job

See all jobs

See all jobs

Watch job

See all jobs

See all jobs

Latest news from FinansWatch (dk)

Latest news from EnergyWatch

Latest news from ShippingWatch