Carneo sells OPM to Carnegie Fonder

The largest independent asset manager in the Nordics, Carneo, sells one of its affiliates to another one of its affiliates.

Hans Hedstrom, CEO of Carnegie Fonder | Photo: Carnegie Fonder/PR

Carnegie Fonder takes over three funds from SEK 4bn OPM (Optimized Portfolio Management), founded in 2003, and acquired by Carneo in May 2017 from Carnegie Investment Bank. Both companies are owned by Carneo Asset Management, the largest independent asset manager in the Nordics. 

"Carnegie Fonder has clear ambitions to grow. With this acquisition, we increase the assets under management and broaden the product range in one go," says Carnegie Fonder's CEO Hans Hedström in a statement.

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