Claus Nielsen, heads of markets at Saxo Bank, is leaving the firm after almost 15 years.
The firm says, “Given the changes to our organisational structure, Claus Nielsen has considered new opportunities within Saxo Bank, but has reached the conclusion that it is time to look for new challenges outside Saxo Bank.”
Kim Fournais, CEO of Saxo says, “I want to sincerely thank Claus his contribution to Saxo Bank in his roles as head of markets, executive team member as well as valued colleague and friend. Following the organisational change announced today, we have carefully explored new opportunities for Claus within Saxo but I respect Claus’ decision to take the opportunity to look for new challenges outside Saxo. I know that Claus will remain a true Saxonian and a friend of the house over the years to come.
Nielsen adds, “I have worked with Saxo for almost 15 years and it has been a privilege and a pleasure to be a part of the journey from the bank’s more humble beginnings to where we are today. I am very proud of what I have been a part of achieving but now is the right time for me to look for new opportunities outside Saxo.”