You may find Kersi at the very bottom of the candidate list for the Liberal Party in Lyngby-Taarbæk, but it is certainly not a reflection of his position in the party or society.
Since arriving in Denmark from India at the age of just 18 back in 1966, Kersi has created a very successful career in the financial sector.
He is managing partner in Copenhagen Compliance and a member of the Danish Lawyers & Economists Association and the British and Nordic Indian Business Chamber of Commerce.
“With my qualifications and visions, I can make a difference in promoting the conditions for business, integration, the green areas and reducing municipal spending,” Kersi tells CPH Post.
On solid ground
As an immigrant and former deputy chairman of the Integration Council, Kersi has extensive experience when it comes to the international community.
And he has a clear strategy for what he wants to accomplish on behalf of the residents of Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality.
“Lyngby must be a city for the population – in all age groups – with good day care and leisure activities. Here we take good care of our children, the elderly and companies. ”
Source: The Nordic Page