Nordic investment and corporate bank SEB is taking further steps to scale up its business in Denmark. Carsten Heinild has been recruited to co-head SEB Enskilda Corporate Finance in Denmark, together with Arne Due-Hansen. Heinild has a prominent background as a senior investment banker in Alfred Berg and ABN Amro and currently heads Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) Danish operations.
Heinild will join SEB in the first quarter of 2011.
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