Equity chief quits SEB's fund company

SEB Investment Management alters portfolio management for Swedish and Nordic small caps as the group's head of equity and lead manager leaves the bank after more than 20 years in favor of a new job at Swedish fund manager Lannebo.

Per Trygg | Photo: PR / Lannebo Fonder

SEB’s fund management arm, SEB Investment Management, announced a number of manager changes in two funds today.

Daniel Klint and Kristoffer Flack are taking over responsibility for equity funds focusing on Swedish and Nordic small caps. The previous lead manager, Per Trygg, has decided to leave the bank after more than 20 years. He has also served as head of equity for the last two years.

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