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Nordea Personal Banking Denmark appoints new chief

Starting on 1 December, Mads Skovlund has become the new head of Nordea Personal Banking Denmark. The role will put him in charge of Nordea Denmark’s biggest business area -- Danish retail customers. Skovlund started his career at Nordea as a student assistant 19 years ago and he comes to the latest role from a stint as deputy head of banking in Denmark. He is replacing Frank Vang-Jensen, who recently became head of Nordea Personal Banking.

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