Norwegian pension and asset management adviser has ambitions to expand to the rest of the Nordics following acquisition

Norli Pension Founder Thomas Vinge Hansen has acquired majority of Norwegian pension adviser Gabler alongside Swiss family office owner. The ambition is to expand the business to the rest of the Nordic region.

L to R: NICG owner Thomas Vinge Hansen, Gabler Group CEO Aksel Bjerkvik and Gabler Chairman of the Board Johan Solbu Braaten signing the purchasing agreement. | Photo: Kubrix/Magnus Aune

Through NIP Holding, Thomas Vinge Hansen, Founder of Nordic Insurance Consolidation Group, which is behind Danish pension fund Norli Pension, has acquired Norwegian company Gabler alongside the owners of a Swiss family office.

While the buyers take over 70 percent of the company, managers and other key individuals in the company own the remaining 30 percent, Gabler, which offers advisory, reporting and analysis in pension, insurance and asset management, writes on its corporate website.

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