Danske Private Equity found second replacement for former top managers

Danske Private Equity has found the second of four people to replace the two popular partners, John Danielsen and Peter Thellufsen, who very abruptly left the company in June this year. (Corrected)

(The story has been corrected to reflect, that Ashvind Guness is the second new hire at Danske Private Equity).
(The story has been corrected again due to incorrect information provided to AMWatch)

After Danske Private Equity parted ways with two executives – managing partner John Danielsen and senior partner Peter Thellufsen – in early summer 2017, Danske Asset Management has been searching for replacements for the team. The search began early September.

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