Portfolio manager duo to bring Nordic equity fund back to hey-day after strategy revamp

Since its 2017 peak, during which Delphi Nordic had more than NOK 7bn in AUM, clients have withdrawn several billions as the results went down. Andreas B. Lorentzen and Halvor Strand Nygård have taken on the job of returning the fund to former greatness.

Andreas Berdal Lorentzen (left) and Halvor Strand Nygård, portfolio managers at Delphi Nordic. | Photo: PR / Delphi

In early 2020, Andreas B. Lorentzen was introduced as the new manager of Delphi Nordic, and in June, Halvor Strand Nygård joined him as its new co-manager.

The two of them are responsible for reversing the negative development of the fund Delphi Nordic, which has not lived up to the results it was betting on in the last couple of years.

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