Pinebridge sets up in Helsinki after Nordic growth

International asset manager Pinebridge Investments  is now opening an office in the Nordics with the aim of improving its links with clients and boosting its prospects in the European region.

Pinebridge, an international asset manager with USD 85 billion (Euro 73 billion) under management, is opening a Helsinki office. The company has announced it is aiming to be able to serve its clients better in Finland as well as the rest of the Nordic region.

The new branch office will be led by Tomi Långström, Head of Nordic Business Development, who joined the firm in 2014 and is based in Helsinki.

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