Copenhagen based mostly multi asset dealer Saxo Financial institution has introduced that it has employed Robert Hjorth to take up a newly established place as Head of Technique, efficient from March 1, 2018.
Within the new position, Robert Hjorth can be driving the technique planning course of and execution to make sure environment friendly technique prioritisation and execution throughout the Saxo Financial institution Group.
Robert Hjorth joins Saxo Financial institution as an skilled skilled with greater than 15 years within the monetary companies business. Mr. Hjorth most lately served as CEO of funding administration agency ATP Fondmæglerselskab A/S, and as senior director in Pensions and Investments at ATP. Previous to this, he has held varied positions for asset managers and funding banks in Copenhagen, London and Abu Dhabi.
Robert Hjorth holds an MBA from the Fisher Graduate College of Worldwide Enterprise, a Grasp’s diploma in Finance and Utilized Economics from Copenhagen Enterprise College, and a Bachelor’s diploma in Enterprise Administration and Administration from the College of Southern Denmark.
Kim Fournais, CEO and founding father of Saxo Financial institution commented:
We’re thrilled to welcome Robert Hjorth to Saxo Financial institution to drive technique planning and execution. Robert Hjorth brings over a decade of expertise in funding administration, enterprise growth, and constructing out and streamlining funding platforms throughout a number of jurisdictions and his new position can be instrumental transferring Saxo into the subsequent stage of progress.
Robert Hjorth commented on the brand new position:
Having adopted Saxo Financial institution over time, I’ve been completely impressed with the financial institution’s skill to execute a technique the place superior skillsets from banking and know-how are mixed into a novel, actually world platform. The prospects for Saxo Financial institution are extremely optimistic and I very a lot look ahead to becoming a member of the crew and be a part of the subsequent section of progress.