Danske Bank loses high-profile private banking executive

Danske Bank's management merry-go-round continues. The bank's global head of private wealth management is now leaving after seven years at the Danish bank -- all because the new overall head of Wealth Management wants to organize his own team.

Marlene Nørgaard

Last week, Denmark's biggest bank -- Danske Bank -- unveiled a large-scale rotation of its executive staff. Now it is going public with another top management change.

Marlene Nørgaard, Danske Bank's Global Head of Wealth Management, is to leave the bank entirely, Danske announces.

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