Nordic multi-boutique group to boost PE offering as growth ambition calls for AUM upgrade

Carneo Asset Managers is mapping out private equity products in the Nordics for potential acquisitions as the multi-boutique group plans to double AUM over the next five years.

Carneo Asset Managers CEO Christoffer Folkebo. | Photo: PR / Carneo

Carneo Asset Managers is on the lookout for new products to add to its range of investment vehicles, the company's CEO Christoffer Folkebo says.

The company recently announced a plan to double its business to EUR 50bn over the next five years through organic growth, product development and acquisitions.

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