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Söderberg & Partners poaches fixed income specialist from Danske Bank

Söderberg Partners recently merged its product analysis, market analysis and portfolio management departments into a single investment management unit, which the new recruit will now join.

Sweden's Söderberg & Partners has hired Stefan Rocklind as the chief fixed income strategist in its new investment management unit. | Photo: PR / Danske Bank

Sweden's Söderberg & Partners has hired Stefan Rocklind as the chief fixed income strategist in its new investment management unit.

Rocklind joins the company on 1 September from Danske Bank Asset Management, where he has been the head of Swedish fixed income since May 2016. Prior to joining Danske Bank, Rocklind worked as a portfolio manager at Nordea Asset Management.

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