Denmark's biggest asset manager loses flagship team to global manager

The largest asset manager in Denmark has lost one of its prominent investment teams to a global player.

Left to right: Thomas Haugaard, Sorin Pirau, Bent Lystbæk (PM), Jacob Ellinge Nielsen (PM). The EMD HC team at Danske Bank Asset management. | Photo: Danske Bank

Global asset manager Janus Henderson has hired Danske Bank Asset Management’s four-person emerging market debt team to its fixed income platform, the USD 361bn manager announces in a statement forwarded to AMWatch.

The team comprises of portfolio managers Bent Elvin Lystbæk, Jacob Ellinge Nielsen, Thomas Haugaard, and Sorin Pirău, who manage EUR 6bn in hard currency EMD pooled vehicles and segregated accounts for both institutional and retail clients.

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