Head of AM leaves Söderberg & Partners Securities after 12 years at the helm

One of the pioneers of asset management within the Securities division of Swedish consultancy and financial group Söderberg & Partners is leaving the company.

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After 12 years at Söderberg & Partners Securities, Head of Asset Management Fredrik Strömberg has decided to leave the company. According to a statement he published on Linkedin, he is open for new challenges beginning next year.

Fredrik Strömberg joined Söderberg & Partners in 2007 as portfolio manager and equity analyst with the mission to create and build the equity research and portfolio management teams in the newly started wealth management business.

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