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.

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