Insurance mathematics became a game changer for DNB’s high yield specialist

Despite her degree in finance, Portfolio Manager Lene Våge’s decided to go back to university to study insurance mathematics. The decision was a game changer and became the first step towards her current job at the Nordic High Yield team at DNB Asset Management. She tells her story to AMWatch.
Photo: PR / DNB AM
Photo: PR / DNB AM

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