Nordea picks internal candidate as new head of Norwegian fund arm

Nordea Funds has appointed a new lead in Norway after the fund unit's now former head has left for a private banking management role at Norway's largest bank.

Nordea Funds has appointed Nicolay Eger as head of its Norwegian unit | Photo: PR / NORDEA

Nordea Funds in Norway has appointed Nicolay Eger as the unit's new head and will begin on April 1, taking over from Petter Hermansen, who led Nordea Funds since 2014 until he in March joined DNB for a role as head of private banking in Oslo.

"Nordea Funds has noted fine growth in recent years and will be an important area henceforth. We greatly appreciate that Nicolay Eger has accepted the position, and we are sure that he is the right person to lead Nordea Funds' further growth, " says Snorre Storset, head of Asset & Wealth Management and Nordea branch manager in Norway, in a press release.

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