Simcorp CEO's plan: We will be back at the office in June

Simcorp's CEO Klaus Holse has a plan. He expects many of the company's 2,000 employees to be back at the office in June, and that the world will be "back to normal" after the summer. He emphasizes that he is ready to change this plan if he needs to - but without a plan, you have nothing, the CEO says.

"Everyone is busy, and looking after children as well - but this is a balance we respect and focus on," says Simcorp CEO Klaus Holse. | Photo: Lars Krabbe/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

Simcorp, which is one of Denmark's largest software companies and which has many asset managers as clients, has been a few steps ahead of the rest of the country when it comes to corona preparations, as an employee at one of its subsidiary companies in Northern Italy was infected very early on.

Simcorp has therefore been working from a so-called basis scenario.

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