Danish top economist joins alternative investment firm in New York

Torsten Sløk, chief economist at Deutsche Bank, is leaving to join alternative investment firm Apollo Global Management Inc.

Torsten Sløk speaking at a conference in Denmark in 2016 about the mortgage bonds. | Photo: Lars Krabbe

“After 15 years at Deutsche Bank, I am moving on to pursue another opportunity,” Sløk wrote in an email Thursday.

Sløk, one of Wall Street’s best known strategists, will join New York-based Apollo as its chief economist.

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