Swedish fund company replaces long-serving CEO with candidate from own ranks

Swedish fund company Carnegie Fonder has found its next CEO. Long-time CEO Hans Hedström moves on to the role of senior adviser.

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On 1 April 2021, Andreas Uller, 49, will succeed Hans Hedström as the CEO of the Swedish fund company Carnegie Fonder. Uller has worked at Carnegie Fonder since 2010. As the Deputy CEO and head of business development, he has been part of the fund company's development over the past decade and has taken part in the recent acquisition of Alfred Berg's Swedish funds and OPM's funds.

"Now we are going to take the next step. With our deeply rooted focus on active management and long-term investments in future-proof companies, I see very great opportunities for Carnegie Fonder. We will sharpen our offering, deepen our customer presence and grow our assets under management further," Uller says in a statement.

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