KLP sees opportunity for high growth potential for external assets

KLP Kapitalforvaltning first and foremost manages assets for Norway's largest pension company, but CEO Håvard Gulbrandsen is optimistic about the growth of external assets under management, but from retail and institutional clients, he tells AMWatch.

Håvard Gulbransen, CEO at KLP Kapitalforvaltning. | Photo: PR/KLP

KLP Kapitalforvaltning, the asset management arm of Norway's largest pension company, KLP, was founded in 1994. It is still a subsidiary entirely owned by KLP, which provides KLP Kapitalforvaltning with 72 percent of the total assets under management of NOK 680bn (EUR 65.8bn).

In recent years, the inflow of assets from the pension company has decreased.

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