Norway's new asset manager talks conquest: "I feel a lot more confident about reaching our goals now than last year"

Confidence is rising at newly founded asset manager REQ Capital, says CEO Nina Hammerstad in an interview shedding light on the firm's blueprint for the next three years

Nina Hammerstad, CEO, REQ Capital | Photo: PR / REQ Capital

Norwegian asset manager REQ Capital has recently been on a hiring spree and hired a trio consisting of a portfolio manager, a senior financial controller and a senior analyst.

The relatively new company is also in the process of launching its first two funds: a global equity one coming at the end of May and a Nordic-focused vehicle launching in September, which the recently hired portfolio manager from KLP will be responsible for.

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