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Lars Rohde to head Danish central bank

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Copenhagen, Denmark - August 24, 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark - The Danish government has chosen Lars Rohde to head the central bank.

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Mr. Rohde joined ATP, a major national pension fund, in 1998 as chief executive officer. He holds a MSc in economics from School of Economics and Management, University of Aarhus. In the early 1980’s, Mr. Rohde worked at the Danish Central Bank as an economist before joining the Doctors Pension Fund first as head of asset management in 1985 and later as CEO.

In 1989 Mr. Rohde became head of funding and asset management at Realkredit Danmark, one of the leading Danish Mortgages Banks. From 1992 to 1998 he was a member of the Board of Management and from 1997 he served as Deputy chief executive officer. He has also been part-time associate professor in financial planning at Copenhagen Business School.


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