Lotte Mollerup, Managing Partner
Lotte Mollerup has been working in the financial sector since 1988. Throughout the years, Lotte has worked as an Executive Director at Finans Danmark, Head of Department at Realkreditrådet, Executive Director at PenSam, Chief Consultant at the Danish Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Attaché for Financial Affairs at the Danish EU representation in Brussels, and Assistant Vice President at The Central Bank of Denmark. Most recently, Lotte has worked with financial consulting at EY’s Nordic financial service & Risk management-team.
Lotte is an expert within the field of financial regulation, capital market affairs, corporate governance, compliance and risk management. Furthermore, Lotte is particularly competent working with strategy, leadership and communication.
Throughout her career, Lotte has participated in the preparation of financial legislations, particularly, the execution/implementation of EU regulations in the Danish legislation. Subsequently, Lotte has worked with the development, implementation and consulting of RegTech solutions, which were used for regulatory screenings and compliance. Lotte also provided consultancy services regarding governance and training with The Money Laundering Act.
Furthermore, Lotte has considerable experience with consultancy within the field of Asset Management, MiFID II, Protection of Investors, UCITS, Alternative Investments etc. Lotte has acquired this knowledge through her previous job as an Executive Director at Investeringsfondsbranchen – now called Investering Danmark – and her work as a board member at Sparinvest.
Lotte has been teaching at Copenhagen University in Banking and Investment (part of the Master of Law). Lotte is now teaching at Copenhagen Business School’s Corporate Governance program in compliance and money laundering.
Lotte was born in 1964, holds a Master of Laws from Copenhagen University and a Master of professional communication from RUC. Moreover, Lotte studied at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School Europe.