Danica brings insider to helm as Klitgård quits

Per Klitgaard is stepping down after seven years as CEO of Danica Pension

After seven years in the top role, Per Klitgaard is leaving his job as CEO of Danica Pension on 1 October, according to a company announcement.

His replacement is 49-year-old Ole Krogh Petersen who is currenlty Chief Operating Officer at the Danske Bank pensions subsidiary.

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