Storebrand's Norwegian funds get new managers

Asset manager Frederik Thoresen has left Storebrand to go back to telecommunications. Now, his replacements are ready to step in.

Alf-Inge Gjerde (left) and Hans Thrane Nielsen. | Photo: Storebrand

Hans Thrane Nielsen and Alf-Inge Gjerde take over the management of Storebrand's Norwegian funds from Frederik Thoresen, who is leaving the firm.

Nielsen, Gjerde and Knut Ivar Saatvedt will therefore make up Storebrand's Norwegian equity team. Nielsen will be responsible for Storebrand Norge, while Gjerde takes on Storebrand Vekst.

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