Asgard Asset Management hires new CEO amid historic drawdown

The Copenhagen-based fixed income hedge fund is set to change its CEO amid its worst drawdown in history.

Kasper Ullegård | Photo: Danske Bank/PR

Asgard Asset Management is waving goodbye to its CEO Birger Durhuus, who will be resigning from the position by the end of the year, writes HedgeNordic.

Durhuus will be replaced by Kasper Ullegård who joins in November Asgard after a short tenure at Danske Bank in an ESG advisory role within institutional banking. Prior to joining Danske Bank last year, Ullegård was head of fixed income at the pension fund Sampension for nearly a decade.

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