Tangen's asset manager reports interest from Danish pension funds

Since signing a contract to manage the private fortune of incoming Norwegian oil fund chief, Nicolai Tangen, Gabler is ready to offer active asset management to other investors. According to Gabler, Danish Pension funds are interested.

Aksel Bjerkvik, CEO of Gabler. | Photo: PR/Gabler

Two months ago, it was announced that Norwegian consultancy Gabler earned the mandate to run incoming oil fund chief, Nicolai Tangen's NOK 4.5bn private fortune. Since then, Gabler has received attention from new potential clients.

"Gabler turns its focus at the Nordic market. The company has received its first customer from Sweden, and talks are underway with several Danish pension funds," Gabler writes in a press release.

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