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Invesco finds new head of Nordic ETF business at Blackrock

US asset manager Invesco fills the vacant position of leading its Nordic ETF ambitions by hiring the president of the Swedish CFA Society, who moves to Stockholm after five years at Blackrock's Copenhagen office.

Invesco has appointed Fredrik Nilsson as Head of ETF Business Development for the Nordic region, the company announces in a press statement. | Photo: PR / INVESCO

Invesco has appointed Fredrik Nilsson as Head of ETF Business Development for the Nordic region, the company announces in a press statement. He replaces Abdallah Muhammed who in October left the position at Invesco for a similar role at London-based Tabula Investment Management.

Nilsson joins Invesco from Blackrock, where he was responsible for the institutional sales of iShares ETFs in the Nordics based in Copenhagen, covering pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds and asset managers. As previously covered by AMWatch, iShares's regional head Matti Tammi has also recently left the industry titan.

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