Storebrand AM portfolio manager resigns to focus on tech shares

Portfolio manager at Storebrand Asset Management is becoming a partner at Oslo-based investment firm Andenæs group, which he will join in July.

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Storebrand Asset Management's portfolio manager Fredrik Thoresen is leaving his post in order to take up a new role outside the group, Storebrand Asset Management announces.

Thoresen has managed Storebrand Vekst fund since 2017, and has also been the responsible manager for the Storebrand Norway fund.

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