Invesco expands Stockholm office by double hiring

The American asset manager wants to increase its Nordic presence and has, therefore, rehired a former employee from JP Morgen and poached an Executive Director from Goldman Sachs.

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Invesco has appointed two senior sales managers to increase sales to institutional and retail clients in the Nordic region.

To manage the institutional side, the EUR 795 billion asset manager has rehired Stefan Behring who joined June 1st from JP Morgan where he was Client Advisor.

Prior to his position at JP Morgen, 44-year-old Behring was a sales manager in the Nordics for Invesco. According to Jillert Blom, Head of Institutional in the Nordics, the reemployment is a scoop:

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