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Green quants make Nordic push with executive-level hires

London-based quantitative ESG manager hires new CEO and Head of Nordics.

Arabesque Asset Management has hired Ulrika Hasselgren as head of Nordics and head of Europe for Corporates and Sovereigns, according | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

London-based Arabesque Asset Management has hired Herman Brill as its coming CEO and Ulrika Hasselgren as head of Nordics and head of Europe for Corporates and Sovereigns, according to a company announcement.

While Brill currently serves as the chief investment officer of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund (UNSJPF), Ulrika Hasselgren recently joined Swedish infrastructure firm Infranode as senior advisor, as reported by AMWatch.

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