Yesterday SEB Investment Management announced a portfolio management reshuffle in two of its Nordic small cap funds. This was due to the company's Head of Equity Per Trygg, who also served as portfolio manager for said funds, deciding to leave SEB after more than 20 years in the organization, as reported by AMWatch.
Trygg is now moving over to Swedish active manager Lannebo to join its small-cap team. He starts in June, Lannebo's press secretary Viktor Ström told AMWatch, calling it a "really strong hire".
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