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Erik Penser Executive to Join Alternatives Scene

Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Andreas Lindström, Head of Corporate Access at Erik Penser Bank, announced he is leaving the Swedish private bank after nearly seven years to “devote all of my time to newly founded projects together with very talented people.” According to Citywire Selector, Lindström will co-found two parallel companies that will invest in alternative assets.

“I have noticed an increasing interest for alternative investments.”

“I have noticed an increasing interest for alternative investments. The finance industry is under great change and it creates opportunities for actors who are agile and who seize the investment opportunities that arise within that asset class,” Lindström tells Citywire Selector. Lindström will become the co-founder and CEO of two soon-to-be-established parallel companies that will invest in alternative assets. His role will be more management-oriented and will involve leading the new ventures, but may also eventually include fund selection, according to Citywire Selector.

“The finance industry is under great change and it creates opportunities for actors who are agile and who seize the investment opportunities that arise within that asset class.”

Andreas Lindström started his financial career in 2012 at Cerberus Investeringsrådgivning in Stockholm and went on to work in similar private banking sales roles at Banco Santander and Carnegie Investment Bank before joining Erik Penser Bank in 2015 as pre-sales manager. He worked as a private banker for three years before being appointed as Erik Penser Bank’s Head of Corporate Access in September 2019. Josefin Eklund, Erik Penser Bank’s current head of business development wealth management and corporate access, will take over Lindström’s role following his departure.

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