SEB picks familiar face to lead equity unit and hires portfolio manager

SEB Investment Management's new head of fundamental equities looks forward to building a global fundamental equity unit from scratch to complement the bank's Nordic fundamental equity offering.

Andreas Wollheim and Jimmy Bengtsson. | Photo: PR / SEB

SEB Investment Management has named Andreas Wollheim as its new Head of Fundamental Equities. The position has been vacant since Per Trygg left earlier this year to join Swedish manager Lannebo Fonder.

Wollheim is a familiar face at SEB's investment unit, having served in various roles since 2010, notably within equity trading, which has played a big role in his career. He has bought and sold stocks at Handelsbanken, HSBC, AP4, AP1 and Erik Penser Bank.

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