Chief Investment Officer quits Odin Fund Management

Vegard Søraunet left his position as CIO and fund manager at Odin Fund Management after 14 years at the money manager to look for new opportunities elsewhere

CIO is leaving Odin Fonder. | Photo: Odin/PR

After 14 years with Odin Fund Management, Chief Investment Officer Vegard Søraunet has decided to look for opportunities elsewhere. The fund company is an entirely owned subsidiary of the Norwegian banking group SpareBank 1 Gruppen.

Søraunet will be replaced by CEO Bjørn Kristiansen as CIO. The Odin Sverige and Odin Norden funds will be taken over by experienced managers, according to a press release on the homepage of Odin Fonder in Sweden.

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