Danske Bank: Head of Legal quits as Thomas Borgen empties his desk
Even though the board of Danske Bank insisted last Wednesday that its CEO Thomas Borgen would stay on until a replacement had been found, news broke this morning that as of today, Borgen is no longer employed at the scandal-hit bank. And the bank's head of legal has now announced his resignation.
Danske Bank's head of legal since 2013, Flemming Pristed, is leaving Danske Bank, AMWatch's sister site Finanswatch writes. Pristed is the latest high-ranking member of staff to leave the beleaguered Danish financial group.
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