Sales manager uses a combination of intuition and mathematics in new role at Invesco

Daniel Eskilsson originally thought he was going to be a farmer like the rest of his family, but when he bought his first stock at 14 years old, everything changed.

Daniel Eskilsson recently joined US asset management firm Invesco's team covering the Nordic region. | Photo: PR / INVESCO

What career path did you imagine for yourself when you were younger?

”The first dream I had was to become a farmer. Everyone in my family has been a farmer as far back as the family history goes, so it was only natural. But it changed when I was around 13 years old. Then I wanted to work in the financial industry as an equity portfolio manager.

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