Education: Master’s in Management Accounting and Control
Position: Project Manager
Employed since: October 2013
Fun fact: In my spare time I practice show jumping (horseback riding has been a part of my life for 20 years)
The field of economics has always been one of my greatest interests, so I studied a Master's in Management Accounting and Control at Aarhus University. Before I came to DC, I worked in the Treasury department in LEGO. Here, I learned a lot about financial risk management and decided to focus my career in that direction
I was inspired by the nice culture and the complex business, which I wanted to understand.
Pernille Maibom Refsgaard, Market Risk Analyst
I work as a Market Risk Analyst where I have the daily responsibility of assessing and quantifying the market risk for one of our business teams. The focus is mostly on the renewables portfolios – making sure that trading happens within mandates and our risk appetite. My role is both to be a guardian and a business partner.
I start my day by making the daily risk surveillance (looking into traded positions, market values, utilisation of mandates and risk measures) and publish the results in reports to relevant stakeholders. The rest of the day I’m in dialogue with the business teams about the movements we see in the markets, how prices are fluctuating, the latest weather forecasts and whether or not we have mitigated the market risk in the best possible way. Furthermore, I work on risk mandates, improving and developing the tools for analyses and conduct risk assessments for current and new business opportunities.
I’m challenged every day I go to work and I still have a lot to learn about the energy markets. I have the best colleagues in the world!
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Danske Commodities is an international trader of energy-related commodities. We move energy from where there’s more than needed to where it’s needed most.