Independent fund manager's new CEO has big plans in double role

Newly appointed Öhman Fonder CEO, and still CIO, Jamal Abida Norling sets a five-year ambition to become Sweden's best fund company.

Jamal Abida Norling acts as both CEO and CIO at Öhman Fonder | Photo: PR / Öhman Fonder

When Swedish investment manager Öhman Fonder recently promoted its CIO Jamal Abida Norling as new Chief Executive Officer, the long-term investment professional was quick to proclaim his ambition: To become Sweden's best fund company.

"If we are to look five years from now, I would say that we will have taken a few more steps in that direction since writing that line in our statement," he says, referring to the quote from his presentation statement as CEO. "With the support of our long-term owner and highly skilled employees, I am convinced that we have what it takes to succeed. Our next goal is to become Sweden's best fund company."

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