Copenhagen 2010 - Jyske Bank


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Copenhagen 2010

9th Global Wealth Management Seminar
25-29 August 2010
A warm welcome
Jyske Bank Private Banking and Jyske Global
Asset Management are pleased to welcome
you to Copenhagen and not least to our 9th
Global Wealth Management Seminar. We hope
you had a pleasant trip and will do our utmost
to ensure that the next few days will offer
learning as well as memorable experiences.
During the seminar you will be presented with
different views on the recent developments in
the financial markets. We will also present vari­
ous views on the market outlook. In the aim of
achieving a strong and professional debate, we
are proud to present a number of world-class
speakers. You will find more information about
the speakers on pages 12-19.
In this programme you will also find practical
information about the seminar sessions and
the excursions.
We look forward to spending the next days
with you.
Jens Lauritzen
Jyske Bank Private Banking
Lars Stouge
Jyske Global Asset Management
Wednesday, 25 August 2010
09.30­17.30 We are open for transactions and meetings in our offices at Vesterbrogade 9.

From 14.00 a shuttle service will be available from the hotel to our offices.
A signup sheet will be available at the hotel front desk. You can also choose to
walk, our offices are only 1,2 km (a 15­20 min. walk) from the hotel.
16.00 Guaranteed check in at the Copenhagen Marriot Hotel for participants staying
at the hotel.
16.00­17.45 Registration at our offices at Vesterbrogade 9. Complimentary tickets for the
Tivoli Gardens will be handed out. Opening reception on the 4th floor.
17.45-18.00 Welcome by Jens Lauritzen.
18.00-20.00 Grand Danish buffet.
20.00 Optional visit to the Tivoli Gardens.
Tivoli’s main entrance is only 250 metres from our offices at Vesterbrogade. When
you leave Tivoli the easiest way to return to the hotel is to use the back corner
entrance/exit located on H. C. Andersens Boulevard / Tietgensgade (approx.
900 meters from the hotel).
The Tivoli Gardens by night
Our offices in Copenhagen
Thursday, 26 August 2010
06.30-09.00 Complimentary breakfast for guests staying at the hotel
Seminar conference room: Vesterhavet 1 on the 1st floor of the hotel
From 08.30 Registration. Name tag and a folder will be handed out at the reception desk
outside the conference room on the 1st floor
09.00-09.15 Seminar opening by Jens Lauritzen
09.15-10.00 Kenneth Rogoff, Global Growth, Debt and Exchange Rates in the Aftermath of
the Financial Crisis
10.00-10.45 Jesper Berg, Reflections on the impact of the financial crisis
10.45-11.15 Refreshment break
11.15-12.00 Jim Ellert, The financial crisis and what’s following
12.00-12.45 Ib Fredslund Madsen, Economic and Financial Outlook: Recoveries and After-shocks
12.45-13.30 Question and answer session chaired by Lars Stouge
13.30-14.30 Lunch
Breakout session – focus on US issues
14.35-14.45 Welcome by Lars Stouge. JGAM by Thomas Fischer
14.45-15.30 Gary Scott, The Multi-Currency Sandwich in the Decade Ahead
15.30-16.15 Peter Berezin, The US Outlook: Escape from Purgatory
16.15-16.30 Refreshment break
16.30-17.15 David Darst, Asset Allocation in Today’s World
17.15-18.00 Question and answer session chaired by Lars Stouge
No official arrangements have been scheduled for the evening, so you will have time to explore
the city, take advantage of the hotel’s facilities or just relax.
Friday, 27 August 2010
06.30-09.00 Complimentary breakfast for guests staying at the hotel
Seminar conference room: Vesterhavet 1 on the 1st floor of the hotel
09.00-09.10 Welcome to day 2 by Lars Stouge
09.10-09.55 Per Hansen, Have investors learned from the crises?
09.55-10.40 Tommy Leung, Credit Fixed Income – The investment vehicle of choice in a low
growth, low interest rate environment
10.40-11.10 Refreshment break
11.10-11.55 Daniel Brehon, FX Outlook for the Rest of 2010
11.55-12.40 Jeff Rubin, Commodities. Why your world is about to get a whole lot smaller:
Oil and the end of globalization
12.40-13.25 Question and answer session chaired by Lars Stouge
13.30-14.15 Lunch
Breakout session – focus on non-US issues
14.15-14.30 Tim Marschall, Wealth Planning with Jyske Bank Private Banking
14.30-15.00 Philip Marcovici, Understanding the world of private banking – a wealth owner’s
guide – and why holistic planning is the responsibility of the older generation
15.00-15.30 Peter Isola, Private banking for private clients
15.30-15.45 Refreshment break
15.45-16.15 Elmar Uricher, Estate planning, wills and tax consequences in Europe
16.15-16.45 Torben Maj, Why insurance as instrument to structure optimal wealth set-up
within Europe?
16.45-17.30 Question and answer session chaired by Tim Marschall
18.00-19.30 Guided harbour and canal tour
The tour boat will dock right outside the hotel
No official arrangements have been scheduled for the rest of the evening, so you will have time
to explore the city, take advantage of the hotel’s facilities or just relax.
Copenhagen Marriott hotel
Saturday, 28 August 2010
07.00-09.00 Complimentary breakfast for guests staying at the hotel
Seminar conference room: Vesterhavet 1 on the 1st floor of the hotel
09.00-09.30 Welcome to day 3 and summaries conclusions of the past two days presentations by
Kim Dalsgaard
09.30-10.15 Anders Stouge, Investing in global cleantech markets – Risky business or big
10.15-11.00 Bjørn Lomborg, The way forward after Copenhagen: How to tackle global
warming smartly
11.00-11.30 Refreshment break
11.30-12.30 Chris MacDonald, StrongBODY – StrongMIND
12.30-13.15 Question and answer session chaired by Christian Bjørløw
13.15-14.00 Lunch
Gala evening
Dress code: Formal/Jacket & tie
17.40 Transport from the hotel to the gala dinner at the National Museum of Denmark.
18.00­19.15 Aperitif and guided tour. Guided tour to four of the prehistoric finds that have
been and will be depicted on the new Danish banknotes
19.15-01.00 Gala dinner
The menu will be served from the museum’s Climate+ restaurant, which means
that the food has been carefully selected to require as little CO
as possible

Two sessions by two fantastic Danish opera singers

After dinner – dance to music by a band formed especially for this occasion.
We look forward to sharing this evening with you
At the end of the evening, taxi vouchers will be available for your return to the hotel.
The weather in Denmark
In August the average temperature is
20 °C/68 °F – often windy conditions.

For all excursions we advise you to wear a light
jacket and comfortable walking shoes.
The National Museum of Denmark
Sunday, 29 August 2010
07.00-11.00 Complimentary breakfast for guests staying at the hotel
Excursion to Ledreborg Palace
07.00-08.15 Check-out from the hotel for guests attending the excursion to Ledreborg Palace
08.45 The bus will leave for the excursion to Ledreborg Palace. The 250-year-old palace
in Roskilde in the middle of Zealand is one of Denmark’s finest examples of 18th
century architecture and landscaping. You will have the opportunity to try your
skills at clay pigeon shooting and archery. You will see an interactive and inform-
ative demonstration from one of Denmark’s trained falconers
Lunch will be served in the palace and will include a beer, a glass of wine and/or
a soft drink per person and coffee/tea
We will conclude the visit by enjoying a tour of the palace and a glass of champagne
15.15 The bus will take us back to Copenhagen – first stop will be the airport (we will
arrive at approx. 16.00), next stop will be at the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Very important
If you join this excursion, you must be aware that the earliest flight you can book out of Copenhagen
is around 18.00 (19.00 for international flights), as you need to be at the airport approx. 2­3 hours
before your flight departs ­ depending on your destination. Check with your travel agent/airline or
visit to confirm your flight departure.
If you are departing from the airport on Sunday afternoon/evening you must bring your luggage
on the excursion bus. If you are returning to Copenhagen, you can leave your luggage at the hotel’s
luggage storage room.
Extended tour to Silkeborg and excursion to Egeskov Castle
07.00-08.45 Check-out from the hotel for guests attending the tour to Silkeborg
09.00 The bus will leave for Egeskov Castle and Silkeborg
11.00-13.00 Guided tour through the 450-year-old castle, which was built in the middle of a
lake on a foundation of oak pilings. We will have the opportunity to explore the
impressive castle gardens (established in the 1700s) and the park area around
the castle
13.00-14.00 Lunch at the onsite restaurant which is renowned for its perfect lunch setting.
Lunch includes a beer, a glass of wine and/or a soft drink per person and
14.00-15.30 Our guide will inform you of the ten outstanding museums that Egeskov Castle
houses – exhibiting, for instance restored aeroplanes, vintage cars and motor-
cycles as well as a collection of toys and dolls. You will have the opportunity to
explore the museums or gardens on your own. You can try and find your way
through one of the castle mazes and you have the option to go tree top walking
(100 meters)
15.30 Departure for Silkeborg
18.00-18.45 Arrival and check-in at Gl. Skovridergaard in Silkeborg
19.30 Light dinner at Gl. Skovridergaard
Sunday, 29 August 2010
Extended tour:
Ledreborg Palace
Egeskov Castle
Monday, 30 August 2010
07.00-08.45 Complimentary breakfast in the restaurant at Gl. Skovridergaard
09.00 The bus will leave for the visit to the Jyske Bank Group’s Head Office
09.30­10.00 Why does a bank establish a TV studio?

Visit to Jyske Bank’s TV studio, where you will be welcomed by Niels Erik Jakobsen,
Managing Director, Jyske Bank Group
Presentation of Jyske Markets the Jyske Bank Group’s trading centre and the
mutual fund Jyske Invest. We will also visit the trading floor
12.00 The bus will leave for the picnic cruise
12.30­14.30 Picnic cruise on the Silkeborg lakes onboard Hejren (the heron). While having lunch
we will enjoy the scenic surroundings on the beautiful Silkeborg lakes
Approx. 14.30 The bus will take us back to Gl. Skovridergaard
You also have the possibility to walk back (distance is approx. 2 km / 20­25 min.
14.45­15.45 Visit to the Silkeborg museum of art, Museum Jorn
15.30-17.00 Bicycle ride in the forests of Silkeborg
15.30­17.30 Wine tasting (in groups of 10 people) in the wine cellar of Gl. Skovridergaard
19.00 Dinner at Gl. Skovridergaard
Gl. Skovridergaard
Niels Erik Jakobsen
Jyske Markets, the financial trading centre of the Jyske Bank Group
Extended tour:
Gl. Skovridergaard, Silkeborg
07.00-08.15 Complimentary breakfast in the restaurant at Gl. Skovridergaard
08.30 The bus will leave for Copenhagen
12.45-13.00 Expected arrival at Copenhagen Airport
Very important
If you attend this tour you must be aware that the earliest flight you can book out of Copenhagen
on Tuesday 31 August is at 15.00 (16.00 for international flights), as you need to be at the airport
approx. 2­3 hours before your flight departs ­ depending on your destination. Check with your travel
agent/airline or visit to confirm your flight departure.
If you have any questions during the seminar, please contact:
Lonni Olin
tel. +45 8989 6234, mobile: +45 4118 2800 or email:
Marsha Bohn-Jespersen
tel. +45 8989 5912, mobile: +45 2924 7454 or email:
Of course all other staff members from Jyske Bank Private Banking and Jyske Global Asset
Management will also be at your assistance.
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Contact information
Extended tour:
Speaker list
Jens Lauritzen
Jens Lauritzen is a trained banker and holds a diploma in accounting and
financial management. Before joining Jyske Bank, he was Vice President
and General Manager of the Los Angeles branch of a major Danish bank.
Mr Lauritzen joined Jyske Bank in 1991 as Managing Director of Jyske Bank
(Gibraltar) Ltd., a full­service subsidiary catering primarily for the investment
needs of international private banking clients. In 2001, Jens Lauritzen was
appointed Director of Jyske Bank Private Banking.
Kenneth Rogoff
Kenneth Rogoff is Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of
Economics at Harvard University. From 2001-2003, Mr Rogoff served as Chief
Economist and Director of Research at the International Monetary Fund. He is
also a former Director of the Center for International Development at Har-
vard. Rogoff’s treatise Foundations of International Macroeconomics (joint
with Maurice Obstfeld) is the standard graduate text in the field worldwide,
and his monthly syndicated column on global economic issues is published
regularly in over 50 countries. He is on the Economic Advisory Panel of the
Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Central Bank of Sweden. Mr Rogoff
is a member of the World Economic Forum.
Jesper Berg
Jesper Berg is Senior Vice President at Nykredit, which is the largest issuer of
mortgage covered bonds in the world. Mr Berg has earlier headed Danmarks
Nationalbank’s (the Danish central bank) work on financial stability and the
Market Operations Department. From 2000 to 2004, he was the head of the
European Central Bank's Monetary Policy Directorate. He has almost 20 years’
experience in working on financial stability issues, including the resolution of
banking problems. From 1988 to 1991, he worked as an economist in the Inter-
national Monetary Fund's Policy Development and Review Department. He is
the author or co-author of several books and articles, including Finansernes Fald
(2009) and Elements of the Euro Area (2005). He holds a MSc (Economics) from
the University of Copenhagen an MBA from IMD in Switzerland.
Jim Ellert
Jim Ellert is Professor of Finance and Strategy and former Dean of Faculty
at IMD, Lausanne. He has more than 40 years of experience in executive
education, having taught finance, economics, and statistics at the Univer-
sity of Western Ontario, the University of Chicago, and Queen's University,
Kingston, Canada, before joining the faculty of IMD in 1981. Professor Ellert
has been active as a consultant and educator to a wide range of companies
and public institutions in more than 40 countries. He has also served on the
boards of several not­for­profit organizations. Professor Ellert graduated in
political science and economics from the University of Toronto, and gained
his M.A. in economics at the University of Western Ontario and a Ph.D. in
finance and economics from the University of Chicago.
Ib Fredslund Madsen
Ib Fredslund Madsen holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Aarhus University.
Mr Madsen also conducted research during stays at Boston University and
Universidad de Chile. In 1992-1998 he worked for the Bank for Interna-
tional Settlements in Basle, Switzerland in the area of emerging markets. In
1998, he joined Jyske Bank as an economist, and in 2001 he was appointed
head of Jyske Bank’s Economic Research Department. In 2005 Mr Madsen
took over a position as Deputy Manager for the private banking department
in Jyske Bank (Gibraltar). He came back to Denmark in 2008 where he took
over a position as Global Strategist, Portfolio Strategy in Jyske Markets,
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Gary Scott
Gary Scott is an American economist and edits monthly and weekly inter-
national investment letters. Mr Scott began his career in the international
investment and banking business. After serving as a director of an interna-
tional mutual fund, bank and insurance company, he turned to writing and
publishing, and he has written and published 36 books. He has run and is
running a number of courses on international investment business. He was
one of the first advisers to suggest global investing over thirty years ago.
Today he writes two monthly newsletters, and his readers exceed 22,000 in
over 82 countries.
Peter Berezin
Peter Berezin joined BCA Research in 2010, as Managing Editor and member
of the BCA research team. Mr Berezin joined BCA after spending three years
as Vice President and Senior Global Economist with Goldman Sachs in New
York. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Mr Berezin spent seven years with the
International Monetary Fund. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from the Univer-
sity of Toronto, a Master of Science (Economics) from the London School of
Economics and a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from McMaster University.
He has extensive experience in analyzing global economic and financial
market trends.
David Darst
David Darst is Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist at
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney with responsibility for Asset Allocation and
Investment Strategy, and he was the founding President of the Morgan
Stanley Investment Group. He joined Morgan Stanley 14 years ago from
Goldman Sachs, where he held senior management posts within the Equi-
ties Division and earlier, for six years as Resident Manager of their Private
Bank in Zurich. Mr Darst earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and
was awarded a BA degree in Economics from Yale University. Mr Darst has
lectured extensively at Wharton, Columbia, INSEAD and New York Universi-
ty business schools, and for nine years, Mr Darst served as a visiting faculty
member at Yale College, Yale School of Management and Harvard Business
School. David is a CFA Charterholder and a member of the New York Society
of Security Analysts and the CFA Institute.
Lars Stouge
Lars Stouge has worked in the financial sector since finishing his MSc (Eco-
nomics) in 1990. His career has taken him through positions as Financial
Analyst, Portfolio Manager, Chief Economist, Head of Private Banking and
Director of Asset Management. Mr Stouge has nine years of experience as
an associated professor in finance and holds an Executive MBA. He joined
Jyske Bank in 1996, established Jyske Global Asset Management (JGAM) in
2008 and was appointed President of the company.
Thomas Fischer
Thomas Fischer began his banking career in 1975 and in 1978 he started in
the trading room as a foreign exchange dealer. During his 22-years trading
career he spent two years in London and 10 years in Germany where he was
head of the international currency section of a major German broker com-
pany. Mr Fischer holds an MBA with focus on the external environment and
corporate finance. In 2000 he joined Jyske Bank Private Banking and was
appointed Manager of International Client Relations in 2001. In 2008 he
joined the Investment Adviser company Jyske Global Asset Management
(JGAM) as a Senior Vice President. He is a member of JGAM's Investment
Committee where he is responsible for the foreign exchange strategy.
Per Hansen
Per Hansen works as an equity strategist at Jyske Bank. Previously he held
the position as sector strategist, which he took up in 2002. Prior to that, he
worked as an equity analyst for six years. Hence, Mr Hansen’s total experi-
ence within research and strategy totals more than 14 years. He is one of
the most cited Danish analysts and strategists and has extensive experi-
ence within media and investor communication. Mr Hansen graduated as
a Master of Science (Economics) in 1989.
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Tommy Leung
Tommy Leung is the Head of European Credit Strategy at UBS. In his work,
Mr Leung focuses on relative value trading strategies using credit indices
and single name CDS, as well as cross-asset macro strategies. He and his
team produce three regular publications (European Credit Compass, Daily
Morning Walk and Idea Express) that provide forecasts on market direction,
as well as relative value trade recommendations across the investment
grade and high yield credit markets for both bonds and credit derivatives.
Previously, Mr Leung honed his skills as a credit index trader in the US for
two years during the peak of the credit crisis. He joined UBS in 2001 and
spent his first six years at UBS as a US credit strategist. Mr Leung holds a
BA in Political Science from the University of Chicago and is a CFA charter
Daniel Brehon
Daniel Brehon joined Deutsche Bank in 2007. Mr Brehon is a quantitative
currency strategist, and his work covers macro trading issues in foreign
exchange spot and options markets, as well as market bias and systematic
model trading. His specialties include data release forecasting and long-
term macro studies of the FX market. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr
Brehon earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University in New York.
His thesis focused on the prediction of local house price trends in the U.S.
housing market. His undergraduate degree is from Stanford University,
specialising in mathematics.
Jeff Rubin
Jeff Rubin has been one of North America’s top-ranked economists in
financial markets for more than a decade. Throughout his career, Mr Rubin's
work has often been in the subject of national headlines and has been
instrumental in raising key issues to the national spotlight. Internationally,
he is best known for his work on global energy markets and is recognized
for his prescient calls on oil prices and their economic impacts. In 2009 Mr
Rubin stepped down as Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets in order to
devote his time exclusively to speaking and writing on economic issues. He
is the author of Why Your World Is About To Get A Whole Lot Smaller from
Tim Marschall
Tim Marschall is CEO and Managing Director of Jyske Bank (Schweiz) AG.
Mr Marschall has been working with Jyske Bank for nearly 17 years in the
private banking business, and for the last seven years in the international
units – four years in Jyske Bank (Gibraltar) as CEO and since 2007 at the of-
fices of Jyske Bank in Zürich, Switzerland. Mr Marschall is a trained Danish
banker with 25 years of experience (primarily within foreign exchange and
private banking) and has a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration.
Philip Marcovici
Philip Marcovici is the Chairman and CEO of LawInContext, the interactive
knowledge and training venture of Baker & McKenzie. Mr Marcovici retired
from the practice of law at the end of 2009. Mr Marcovici was one of the
founders of the global wealth management practice of Baker & McKenzie,
and was based in the firm's offices in Zurich and Hong Kong over his close
to 30 years with the firm. Mr Marcovici holds law degrees from of Harvard
Law School and the University of Ottawa.
Peter A. Isola
Peter Isola is a Senior Partner of ISOLAS, a law firm established in Gibraltar
in 1892. Mr Isola is known internationally for his private client work as well
as his experience in all corporate and trust-related matters. He founded
the Fiduciary Group in Gibraltar and he is Gibraltar’s contributor to Tottel’s
Planning and Administration of Offshore and Onshore trusts as well as
Tottel’s International Succession Laws. He sits on the Gibraltar Bar Council,
is a member of the Gibraltar Finance Centre Council, a former President of
the Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce (2002­2007) and is the Chairman of
the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) in Gibraltar. He is a mem-
ber of the Gibraltar Tax Reform committee tasked by the Chief Minister with
drafting legislation for the bringing into force of a 10% corporate tax rate.
In 2009 he was awarded a City Wealth Leader’s award in Private Wealth
Elmar Uricher
Elmar Uricher is an attorney at Law and the head of and founder of the Ger-
man law firm Uricher & Coll. in Konstanz. Mr Uricher is also CEO of Institut
für Erbrecht. The institute specialises in inheritance law. Mr Uricher studied
law in Kontanz and in Lausanne and he is listed as a lawyer in Switzer-
land. Mr Uricher specialises in the law of wills and succession, business
take overs, purchase and sale of businesses, business reorganisation and
project development/management. He also holds various seats on board
of dir ectors in German federations and foundations within the areas of his
expertise and he is the co-author of several tax and civil law books.
Torben Maj
Torben Maj has a Diploma in Business Administration (Finance) special ising
in investment and pension. Mr Maj’s career in Danish banking began in 1986
and until 1997 he acted as an investment and pension adviser. In 1997 he
moved to Luxembourg where he focused on advisory service within wealth
management and tax planning in Europe. Since 2005, he has been working
with wealth structuring within Europe through approved capital life insurance.
Torben Maj now holds the position of director at Altraplan Luxembourg.
Kim Dalsgaard
Kim Dalsgaard is General Manager, Private Banking Copenhagen, a
posi tion he took up when joining Jyske Bank in 2003. Mr Dalsgaard has
earned the financial sector’s academy program degree within investment
advisory services and has 25 years of experience in the financial sector.
He has worked as a stockbroker, customer adviser and manager at two
major financial institutions in Denmark. Mr Dalsgaard holds an MBA in
Anders Stouge
Anders Stouge is the Director of Danish Energy Industries Federation, which
is an integrated part of The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), the
premier lobbying organization for Danish business on national and interna-
tional issues. Mr Stouge holds a Master in Economics from the University
of Copenhagen and this has lately been supplemented by the Advanced
Certificate for Executives in Management, Innovation and Technology from
the MIT Sloan School of Management. Through this work he has been fol-
lowing and mapping the megatrends of the cleantech sector and he has
over the years paid special attention to the right global, regional and na-
tional framework conditions for promoting commercialization of renewable
energy and other clean technologies.
Bjørn Lomborg
Bjørn Lomborg holds an M.A. in political science and Ph.D. at the Depart-
ment of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. Mr Lomborg is an ad-
junct professor at Copenhagen Business School and he is the director for the
Copenhagen Consensus Center, which brings together some of the world's
top economists to set priorities for the world. Mr Lomborg is the author of
the best-selling "The Skeptical Environmentalist" and "Cool it" in which he
challenged mainstream concerns about the environment. In 2008 he was
named "one of the 50 people who could save the planet" by the UK Guard-
ian and "one of the world's 75 most influential people of the 21st century"
by Esquire.
Chris MacDonald
Chris MacDonald is originally from the US but has been living in Denmark
since 1999. Mr MacDonald holds an MSc in human physiology and is the
founder of the Health in Balance and Strong Body - Strong Mind concepts.
The philosophy GRACE (Gracefully Reaching After Continual Excellence)
forms the basis of everything that he is involved in. Mr MacDonald is an
inspiring communicator with a message to deliver. His unique abilities to
communicate without any finger­wagging has made him one of the most
popular speakers in Denmark. Mr MacDonald gives seminars and presenta-
tions on healthy lifestyle, motivation, personal development, leadership,
coaching and teambuilding.
Christian Bjørløw
Christian Bjørløw is CEO and Managing Director of Jyske Bank (Gibraltar)
Ltd. Mr Bjørløw has been working with Jyske Bank for nearly 24 years, and
for the last eight years in Gibraltar. The first five years he worked as Man-
ager for Private Banking and in 2007 he took up the role as CEO and as well
Board Member for Jyske Bank (Gibraltar). He is a trained Danish banker and
has a Certificate in Business Administration.
This programme has been prepared by Jyske Bank
Private Banking and Jyske Global Asset Management.
Jyske Bank Private Banking is a business unit of
Jyske Bank A/S, Vestergade 8-16, 8600 Silkeborg,
Denmark, Business Reg. No. (CVR no.) 17616617.
Jyske Bank A/S is subject to supervision by the
Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.
Jyske Global Asset Management is fully owned but
not controlled by Jyske Bank A/S. Jyske Global Asset
Management is a Danish registered company under
supervision of the Danish Financial Supervisory
Authority and a Registered Investment Adviser with
the Securities and Exchange Commission in the
United States. Registration with the SEC does not
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sponsored, recommended, or approved, or that its
abilities or qualifications have in any respect been
passed upon, by the SEC or by any other agency of
the United States or any officer thereof.
Jyske Bank Private Banking
Vesterbrogade 9 • DK­1780 Copenhagen V
Tel. +45 89 89 62 32
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Jyske Bank (Gibraltar) Ltd.
Private Banking • 76, Main Street
P.O. Box 143 Gibraltar
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Private Banking • Wasserwerkstrasse 12
Postfach • 8021 Zürich
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Vesterbrogade 9 • DK­1780 Copenhagen V
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