Sigurdsen to pursue childhood dream as private investor – but doesn't rule out managing for external investors again

Jon Sigurdsen is leaving Norwegian DNB AM after 15 years to become a private investor because "it feels like the right time to do so".

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On Wednesday, Sigurdsen revealed he was leaving DNB after 15 years. During that time, he has managed a number of environment-friendly funds like DNB Miljøinvest, DNB Eco Absolute Return og DNB Fund Renewable Energy.

In an interview with Norwegian businessmedia, he says he will start his own investments with a focus on the environment sector by the end of the month.

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