DNB Fonder secures Aktie-Ansvar’s Stefan Nilsson

Stockholm (HedgeNordic) DNB Fonder, a subsidiary of leading Norwegian financial group DNB, recently welcomed Stefan Nilsson (pictured), previously of Aktie-Ansvar, as its CEO in Sweden as of September 1. Nilsson possesses extensive experience in asset management, sales and marketing, having spent the last 13 years as marketing manager with Aktie-Ansvar.

DNB fonder also recently announced (August 31) the fusion of its DNB Fund SEK Long Bond with its DNB Obligationsfond SEK funds, as well as its fusion of DNB Fund SEK Short Bond with its DNB Penningmarknadsfond SEK funds.

DNB Asset Management markets a diverse range of funds, spanning Nordic asset classes as well as selected regions and global themes, and is one of the largest Nordic asset managers with international operations. Its objective is to deliver good value growth with responsibility and commitment. Its investments are long term in nature and are based on analysis of fundamentals, complemented by an ethical policy for all management. It is part of the banking and financial services group DNB.

DNB is Norway’s largest financial group with simultaneously a broad international presence. It is one of the leading Nordic players within banking, finance and insurance. The group is also one of the world’s leading shipping banks and a major player in the energy sector. DNB also offers services tailored to the Swedish market and has established branches in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.







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Glenn W. Leaper, Associate Editor and Political Risk Analyst with Nordic Business Media AB, completed his Ph.D. in Politics and Critical Theory from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2015. He is involved with a number of initiatives, including political research, communications consulting (speechwriting), journalism and writing his post-doctoral book. Glenn has an international background spanning the UK, France, Austria, Spain, Belgium and his native Denmark. He holds an MA in English and a BA in International Relations.

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