Nordea Funds' new head says his appointment was well-timed

The newly appointed head of Nordea Funds Norway, Nicolay Eger, will start the job on April 1. Both the state of the market and the Norwegian population's rising interest in savings provides a fine basis for growth.

Nicolay Eger, new head of Nordea Funds Norway. | Photo: PR / NORDEA

Earlier this week, the Norwegian branch of Nordea Funds appointed in-house candidate Nicolay Eger to lead the unit. At April 1 he will take the reins from Petter Hermansen, who has headed Nordea Funds Norway since 2014 until joining the country's largest bank, DNB, in March in the role of head of private banking in Oslo.

Eger says he's been thinking about taking up new challenges for quite some time. The 46-year-old executive previously led the unit's savings and investment business, PeB, and before that served as director of Nordea Personal Banking Norway.

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