Family office Integritet Invest has found a new director and partner in the form of Christian Klarskov, Danish financial daily Børsen reports.
Klarskov was previously CIO at fund manager IR Invest, but was fired on April 1, 2019, due to big losses. Since then, Klarskov has been working for himself.
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