Coeli hires product specialists to create awareness of global equity fund in Europe

The Swedish asset manager wants to reach more European clients with its global equity fund that recently got its five year track record.

From left to right, Max Lundberg - product specialist, Henrik Milton - fund manager, Jessica Thorstensson - product specialist, Andreas Brock - fund manager and Johan Elmquist - product specialist | Photo: PR / Coeli

Swedish SEK 20bn (EUR 2bn) asset manager Coeli has hired Jessica Thorstensson and Johan Elmquist to work as product specialists for its Coeli Global Selective.

Thorstensson has experience from the Swedish investment companies Norron, Brummer & Partners and Skandia, and Elmquist has previously worked at Didner & Gerge, Tundra Fonder and Alfred Berg.

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