NORDIC - Northern Trust has appointed Allan Nedergaard of Danske Bank to head up Nordic business development for its institutional custody and asset servicing business.
Nedergaard, who worked at Danske Bank for 20 years, most recently in the securities services division as head of sales and client relations, will have direct responsibility for growing the firm’s client base in the Nordic markets.
Based in London, he will report to Anne-Lise Winge, senior vice president, head of European business development.
“The Nordics is a region of strategic importance to Northern Trust and Allan’s expert knowledge of the market will be of great benefit to us as we focus on continuing to provide innovative solutions to this sophisticated client base,” Winge said.
Nedergaard added: “I am delighted to have joined Northern Trust and look forward to further promoting our tailor made custody services to Nordic institutions.”
Prior to his role in the securities services division, Nedergaard was at Danske Capital as head of international sales, selling asset management products to institutional clients in the Nordic region. Before this, he was head of the Scandinavian corporate banking desk at Danske Bank, New York.
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