Swedish fund manager prepares generational shift amid institutional headwind

Fresh off the back of an institutional customer poll ranking the firm as one of Sweden's top asset managers, Cliens is now looking for a new CEO to continue its growth.

Lena Wallenius, CEO and Tomas Henriks, head of sales at Cliens | Photo: PR / Cliens

Swedish manager Cliens Kapitalförvaltning, which has SEK 28bn in assets under management, is looking to hire a new CEO. The current boss Lena Wallenius is transferring to a role of working Chair of the board.

The firm's head of marketing, Tomas Henriks, says she made the decision to start winding down and that it's a natural part of her having been at the firm for ten years and turning 60.

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