Max Matthiessen appoints its first CIO

The Swedish broker makes an internal appointment and increases Private Banking-focus. One of the new CIO’s key tasks will be to build up the recently launched collaboration with Goldman Sachs.

Jon Arnell, Max Matthiessen | Photo: PR / Max Matthiessen

Swedish insurance broker and financial house Max Matthiessen has given a six-year veteran at the firm the role of Chief Investment Officer. Jon Arnell will be the first to have the title and his appointment is part of the firm’s focus on wealth management and external expansion.

Arnell will be responsible for establishing the recently launched Private Banking-partnership with Goldman Sachs. He will also focus on the asset management offering, the firm’s market communication and its overarching "House View", which covers all of its asset management, Max Matthiessen writes in a statement.

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