Nordea equities chief quits for new role with Europe's biggest asset manager

Head of equities at Finnish based Nordic bank Nordea, Kasper Elmgreen has resigned from his job. Nordea confirms the loss of head of equities to AMWatch. Kasper Elmgreen is becoming head of equities with Europes largest asset manager

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Amundi, Europe's largest asset manager has hired rivaling Nordic bank Nordeas head of equities to run its Euro 244 billion equities unit according to Nordea confirms that Elmgreen has taken his leave.

Elmgreen will become head of equities at Amundi according to FNLondon and Citywire.

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