Portfolio manager quits SEB to pursue a career in private equity

After seven years, a multi-asset class portfolio manager is leaving SEB to work for an international bank.

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Multi-Asset Portfolio Manager Francesco Salemme is leaving his job with SEB in Luxembourg to work with private equity for an international bank.

"After having spent seven years, I am regrettably leaving my role at SEB. Working for an international bank has been an excellent opportunity both professionally and personally, and I would like to thank all stakeholders contributing to my career growth. I will remember this company fondly and all past collaborations I have had with you," Salemme announces on Linkedin.

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