Saxo Bank appoints Camilla Dahl Hansen as new Chief Saxo Experience Officer
Today, Saxo Bank announces that Camilla Dahl Hansen has been promoted to the position as Chief Saxo Experience Officer and member of the Bank’s Executive Team. She will report directly to Kim Fournais, CEO & Founder.
Camilla joined Saxo Bank in April 2021 as Chief Operating Officer in the Saxo Experience Office and brings solid experience from the financial services industry, having worked in various senior leadership positions in Danske Bank for over 13 years. Camilla has been leading marketing, communication and ESG efforts as well as being part of the leadership team in Wealth Management. Prior to Danske Bank, she worked at McKinsey & Co and in the advertisement industry.
The appointment of Camilla Dahl Hansen follows Niels Bremer Jørgensen’s decision to leave his position at Saxo Bank.
Saxo Bank would like to thank Niels for his contribution to Saxo Bank over the last two years and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.
The Saxo Experience Office is mandated with constantly improving the personalised experience spanning all the clients’ touchpoints through the entire lifecycle with Saxo Bank.
Kim Fournais, CEO & founder, commented:
“We are proud to welcome Camilla Dahl Hansen to Saxo Bank’s Executive Team where she will drive a strong focus on constantly improving the client experience – what we refer to as the Saxo Experience. Saxo Bank is on an exciting and ambitious journey as we grow our business and serve more clients than ever before. Putting our clients first in everything we do is crucial to our future success, and we need to constantly evolve and improve. Camilla and her team will help drive these vital initiatives. At this important point in time, where more people start investing across the world, Saxo Bank has a tremendous opportunity to further improve our relevance and help our clients fulfil their financial aspirations and make an impact.”
Camilla Dahl Hansen, Chief Saxo Experience Officer, commented:
“I am both proud and thrilled to take on this position. Saxo Bank has from the outset focused on leveraging technology to disrupt the industry and bring better platforms, products, and services to investors. Now we are accelerating our efforts to keep pushing the boundaries of technology and data to deliver timely and relevant content and features to our growing client base. During my time with Saxo Bank, I have been deeply impressed with the passion and entrepreneurial spirit of my dedicated colleagues across the bank.
We have many exciting projects ahead and ensuring that we always listen to our clients and their needs is at the heart of it all.”
Saxo Bank is a leading Fintech specialist that connects people to investment opportunities in global capital markets. As a provider of multi-asset trading and investment, Saxo Bank’s vision is to enable people to fulfil their financial aspirations and make an impact. Saxo’s user-friendly and personalised platform experience gives investors exactly what they need, when they need it, no matter if they want to actively trade global markets or invest into their future.
Founded in 1992, Saxo Bank was one of the first financial institutions to develop an online trading platform that provided private investors with the same tools and market access as professional traders, large institutions, and fund managers. Saxo combines an agile fintech mindset with close to 30 years of experience and track record in global capital markets to deliver a state-of-the-art experience to clients. The Saxo Bank Group holds four banking licenses and is well regulated globally. Saxo offers clients around the world broad access to global capital markets across asset classes, where they can trade more than 40,000 instruments in over 25 languages from one single margin account. The Saxo Bank Group also powers more than 135 financial institutions as partners by boosting the investment experience they can offer their clients via its open banking technology.
Headquartered in Copenhagen, Saxo Bank’s client assets total more than 80 billion USD and the company has more than 2,000 financial and technology professionals in financial centers around the world including London, Singapore, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Paris, Zurich, Dubai and Tokyo.