Storebrand AM: Bigger is not always better when it comes to attracting ESG talents

The ability to offer an environment that allows for quick innovation appeals to a lot of people in the sustainability field, says Storebrand AM CEO.

Jan Erik Saugestad, CEO of Storebrand AM. | Photo: ERIK LINDVALL

It may seem that bigger asset managers have the most appeal when it comes to attracting the best ESG experts, due to their brand and more available resources. However, this is not necessarily the case and Storebrand AM Chief Executive Officer Jan Erik Saugestad explains to Citywire Selector that being bigger is not always better. 

"Even though we are a well-known and sizeable asset manager in the Nordics, we are still a reasonably compact company. Consequently, we're able to offer an environment that enables quick innovation, which appeals to a lot of people," Saugestad explains.

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