"I have never come across a similar platform": Experienced financier to spearhead Hemonto's first overseas hub

Hemonto has hired a local with more than a decade of experience in equity sales and wealth planning to spearhead its new Oslo-based office. The investment watchdog is looking for more staff, as it plans to be in Norway for the long run. AMWatch met up with Hemonto's CEO and new Country Manager to discuss the expansion plans.

Magnus Smedaas Hoff-Johnson is Hemonto's new country manager for Norway. | Photo: PR / Hemonto

Denmark-based Hemonto has now opened its first overseas office in Oslo.

Hemonto helps investors with more than EUR 26 billion in assets to gain an overview of costs, risk and other quantifiable building blocks of an investment portfolio.

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