Experiencing the inside of Goldman Sachs as a child sparked career path in finance

Director at Storebrand Asset Management Spiros Alan Stathacopoulos experienced everyday life on Wall Street at a very early age which led him to a career in finance. But at the age of 30, he took a year off that changed his life. He tells AMWatch how.

Spiros Alan Stathacopoulos | Photo: PR

As a child, Greek-American Spiros Alan Stathacopoulos, who is director of international distribution and clients at Storebrand Asset Management, was very close to his uncle who worked at Goldman Sachs in New York.

The uncle brought him to work and Stathacopoulos witnessed Wall Street from the inside. When he was 21, he was certain that asset management was the only direction for him. Since then, he has been working in asset management in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and now in Oslo. Besides the Wall Street summer internships when he was younger.

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