Evli names Lundström as CIO – plans to include new private equity fund of funds

The Finland-based asset manager's new CIO Mikael Lundström says recovery from weak Q4 has been rather rapid. Investors now need to revise their risk exposure.

Evli promotes Mikael Lundström to CIO. Prior he was head of fixed income. | Photo: PR

Finland's Evli Fund Management has appointed Mikael Lundström as its Chief Investments Officer. Lundström, who joined Evli in 1996, will continue to run the funds Evli Corporate Bond and Evli European High Yield as portfolio manager in his new role.

His previous responsibilities as head of fixed income have been transferred to Juhamatti Pukka, who joined Evli in 2008.  

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