Pensam brings in new CIO from PKA
Pensam has hired Claus Jørgensen as its new chief investment officer. He is taking over the position from Morten Hemmingsen, who left in May, the pension fund writes in a press release. Jørgensen, 49, was deputy executive director of the Equity and Alternative Investments unit at PKA, and he will take office at Pensam on Oct. 1.
IFB CEO leaves after merger with Finance Denmark
After two years in office, the CEO of The Danish Investment Association (IFB), Anders Klinkby, is leaving his position in November. He has made his decision after IFB merged with Finance Denmark this past spring.
"There have been major changes when I look at my own job description, which means that some things will be less important to the job after the restructuring," says Klinkby to AMWatch. The merger meant that Klinkby went from the title of CEO of IFB to executive director of investment and savings at Finance Denmark. As such, he will no longer be part of the board of directors as he was at IFB.
New Senior Strategist at Carnegie
Jack Lindholm Mortensen, coming from Amundi Pioneer, is new Senior Strategist at Carnegie Investment Bank; here he is teaming up with former colleagues from Nordea Asset Management, Anne-Marie Myssen and Henrik Drusebjerg.
MP Pension brings in new head of communications from government
MP Pension has found a new head of communications in Christian Gundtoft, according to Altinget. Gundtoft is leaving his job as personal assistant to the group chairman of The Danish People's Party, Peter Skaarup -- a job he has only had since May 1.
Formuepleje hires new press coordinator
Asset manager Formuepleje has hired Jacob Brejnebøl Knudsen as new press coordinator as of Aug. 1. He graduated as a journalist from the University of Southern Denmark in 2006. He then worked for two years at Danish business daily Børsen, after which he moved in 2008 to the business desk of news daily Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, now better known as the business media Finans.dk.
Wealthy European real estate family hires Danish veteran
A well-known figure in the world of real estate as well as the legal profession, former Bech-Bruun partner Torben Schøn will from now on be in charge of a property portfolio worth several billion DKK in Denmark. The British Pears family has hired Schøn as manager of the family's Danish property management company, Neptune Property Management.
English Edit: Marie Honoré