Skorstad to quit Nordea Asset Management in search for new challenge

Nordea Asset Management will soon wave goodbye to one of its cultural carriers for the past 15 years, as the chief operating officer within investments, Erling Skorstad, has decided to hand in his resignation letter. The experienced bond investor tells AMWatch about his decision.

Erling Skorstad has decided to resign from Nordea Asset Management. | Photo: PR / Norde Asset Management

Erling Skorstad has decided to resign from Nordea Asset Management. He has been part of the establishment since 2006 and has spent the past five years as Chief Operation Officer, Investments. The motivation behind his decision is the hunger for a new professional challenge, he tells AMWatch.

"If you look at my CV, I have taken on new challenges every 3-5 years, and have contributed to changing and improving different areas within Investment and Asset Management," Skorstad writes to AMWatch.

At Nordea, his roles have included Head of Fixed Income (2006-2011), Head of Danish Fixed Income & Risk Performance Analysis (2011-2014) and COO within the investment division since 2014. He doesn't have a new job lined up.

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