DNB wants to win over clients with knowledge – starts with a "big bang"

Norway's second-largest asset manager wants to provide its clients – both private and institutional – with know-how. Monday, DNB launched a new site for investment clients and on Thursday will be hosting an investment conference packed with noticeable investment people.

Håkon Hansen, group executive vice president and head of Wealth Management at DNB. | Photo: PR/DNB

Monday this week, DNB launched a new platform, DNB Invest, with the aim of providing clients with insights and knowledge. On Thursday, DNB has invited all its investment clients – both private and institutional investors – to attend an online conference about sustainable growth after the pandemic.

At the Studio Invest conference, DNB's CEO Kjerstin Braathen will be talking to billionaire and CEO of Norway's oil fund Nicolai Tangen, who made his own fortune as a hedge fund manager.

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