Storebrand builds Luxembourg and Frankfurt presence to boost European business

Savings and insurance company Storebrand plans to attract more European investors to its range of sustainable funds. The Norwegian financial giant is presently establishing a fund management company in Luxembourg and an office in Frankfurt to boost European continental business.

Jan Erik Saugestad, executive vice president for asset management at Storebrand. | Photo: Storebrand

Norwegian savings and insurance giant Storebrand wants to attract more European investors to its range of sustainable funds following last week's entry in the UK market.

Storebrand AM enters UK market: AuM took a nosedive in 2018 

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