Storebrand AM grows team in Sweden

Over the past five years, Storebrand Asset Management has experienced significant growth on the Swedish market and its ambitions remain high, the company says while announcing two new appointments.

Storebrand Asset Management has appointed Josefine Lantz (l.) and Fam Evaldsson (r.) in its team in Sweden. | Photo: Storebrand AM PR.

Storebrand Asset Management is expanding its team in Sweden with two new appointments.

Josefine Lantz joins the company as Director of Institutional Clients from asset management consultancy Intervalor, where she has been Sales Executive since 2018. Prior to that she worked as an ISS Sales Manager at Morningstar Sweden. 

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