Saxo Bank’s Iberian Country Manager Pedro Pinho, Parts Ways with Group

Mr. Pinho is leaving Saxo Bank after nearly nine years, having helped built its Institutional Center.

Danish multi-asset provider Saxo Bank has seen its Iberian country manager Pedro Pinho part ways with the group, following nearly nine years with the company, Finance Magnates has learned.

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Mr. Pinho originally joined Saxo Bank back in 2008 as its Senior Manager, working in its Institutional Center in Copenhagen. In this capacity he worked closely with Anders Rasmussen, helping create the foundations of the Institutional Center. This eventually paved the way for a role as its Vice President, Head of Institutional Center, a position he held for over three years.

Furthermore, Mr. Pinho worked as its Head of Institutional Business Brazil & Portugal, helping identify opportunities with existing partners in Portugal and establish new partners in Brazil, culminating in São Paulo office.

In 2013 he became the country manager of Portugal for Saxo Bank, whilst being stationed out of Madrid before being promoted to country manager of Spain and Portugal earlier this year, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.

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