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New head of Danske Bank private banking: We have more to gain in Norway

Aleksander Ramløff Dahl is set to become the head of private banking in Norway at Danske Bank. He says the bank should bet more on Norway.

Aleksander Ramløff Dahl will be the new head of private banking in Norway at Danske Bank.. | Photo: Danske Bank

Danske Bank has chosen Aleksander Ramløff Dahl as its new head of private banking in Norway, which he emphasizes is a focus area of the bank in an interview with AMWatch’s Norwegian sister media FinansWatch.no.

”Danske Bank has to have a stronger position in the Norwegian market for private banking. This market is experiencing healthy growth as more wealthy private individuals will need advice about finances, taxation, generational change, company structuring, family law, and investing. I estimate that Danske Bank has a market share of around 9%, and we have more to gain,” Dahl says.

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