Jens Hoiberg, Danish investment company executive, economist. Ministry of Education Denmark Research fellow, 1979-1983, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst fellow, 1981. Member European University Institute Alumni Association (president 1989-1991), The Hanseatic League.
Hoiberg, Jens was born on March 8, 1950 in Frederikshavn, Jutland, Denmark. Son of Erik and Else (Kragh-Jacobsen) Hoiberg.
Master of Arts, University Aarhus, Denmark, 1978. Certified, Institute for Weltwirtschaft, Kiel, Germany, 1980. Doctor of Economics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 1983.
Researcher Institute for Future Studies, Copenhagen, 1978-1979, European University Institute, Florence, 1979-1983. Economic strategist, portfolio manager BALTICA, Copenhagen, 1983-1986. Vice president Citicorp, 1986-1987.
Director Sundberg/Steffensen Bankers, 1987-1988. Director, chief strategist Carnegie, Copenhagen, 1988-1995. Chairman Carnegie Asset Management, Oslo, 1994-1998.
Advisor to Mediterranean funds Carnegie Danish Investment Trust, Malta, since 1998. Director Carnegie Asset Management, a/s, Copenhagen, Carnegie Worldwide Investment Trust, Copenhagen, Carnegie Eastern European Investment Fund.
Contributing author: Economic Interdependence - Europe and the United States, 1980. Author: Monetary Integration and the National Adjustment Process, 1983. Chief editor Carnegie Finance Review, 1988-1995.
Co-author: The World's Bond Markets, 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member European University Institute Alumni Association (president 1989-1991), The Hanseatic League.
Early european economic integration.