Danske goes to London to bring Nordic fight to internationals

Life as a Nordic ECM banker has been tough in recent years, with already limited supply tending to be poached by international investment banks. But with Danske Bank hiring three new members of its corporate finance team that are set to join in October and work from London, it is hoping to win mandates back from the international banks that have dominated business.

  • By Andrew Griffin
  • 22 Aug 2013

Jens Plenov will join Danske as its global head of equity capital markets, from SEB, at the beginning of October. His colleague Niels Erik Nielsen will join as a vice president in the ECM team, and Christian Blinkenberg is joining Danske as a director in its corporate finance department, from Goldman Sachs.

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