Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Clara Hamrén has left her role as ESG manager of fund management boutique Norron Asset Management to join her previous employer, consultancy firm Trossa. Norron has put noticeable effort into developing its knowledge and expertise in sustainable investing. The asset manager runs funds with SFDR’s highest sustainability classification, known as Article 9, as well as two Article 8 hedge funds.
“After one year and eight months, I am back as a sustainability consultant at Trossa AB,” Clara Hamrén announces on LinkedIn. “I would like to thank Norron Asset Management for all the experiences and new knowledge I gained with you,” says Hamrén, who joined Norron in mid-2021 as ESG Manager after the departure of former ESG, Marketing & Communications Manager, Elin Lilja-Wainwright, to Invesco earlier that year.
“After one year and eight months, I am back as a sustainability consultant at Trossa AB.”
Clara Hamrén has joined consultancy firm Trossa, where she worked as a sustainability consultant for four years before joining Norron in 2021. “Now I look forward to new collaborations and assignments aimed at driving the transition and creating a more sustainable world,” writes Hamrén. Based in Stockholm, Trossa offers businesses and organizations consultancy services for sustainable development.
Norron Asset Management currently runs two fixed-income funds, two hedge funds, and two long-only equity funds. The Stockholm-based asset manager oversees SEK 9.7 billion in assets under management as of the end of March across the six funds. Its multi-strategy hedge fund Norron Target and equity long/short fund Norron Select manage SEK 2.9 billion and SEK 472 million, respectively. Norron Target is the largest fund by assets under management in Norron’s fund range.