Nordea Asset Management loses selection manager to formerly owned pension company

Nordea Asset Management must say goodbye to selection manager, who is moving to pension company Velliv.

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Erik Skacke is leaving Nordea after more than seven years at the Nordic bank. He will become portfolio manager at pension company Velliv, which Nordea previously owned, City Wire Selector reports.

Skacke had the title of selection manager at Nordea Asset Management, which involves responsibility for selecting and surveilling funds, according to his Linkedin profile. He had this role for almost four years.

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