University of Helsinki appoints Deputy CIO to oversee unlisted assets

The university fund is in the process of changing its mandates from discretionary accounts to execution-only investment management services.

Helsinki U | Photo: Veikko and Somerpuro

University of Helsinki has appointed Marko Berg as Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Unlisted Securities. Berg joins the EUR 500m endowment fund on December 2 from Aventum Partners, where he has been Associate Director since 2014.

At the University he will report to CIO Anders Ekholm.

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