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.

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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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