SEB Private Banking CIO assumes new role

The Swedish financial group is looking for a new Chief Investment Officer for its private banking division. (Updated)

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Fredrik Öberg has stepped down as SEB Private Banking Chief Investment Officer after almost five years with the Swedish group, according to financial media Citywire Selector.

Öberg has instead assumed a new role as SEB Head of Institutional Business and Third-Party Distribution Sweden. He initially joined from DNB in 2014, where he had been Head of Asset Allocation.

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