Swedish manager hires ESG specialist

Norron hires ESG manager from sustainability consultancy.

Clara Hamrén, new ESG manager at Norron | Photo: PR / Linkedin

Swedish fund manager Norron Asset Management has hired Clara Hamrén as its new ESG manager. She joined this month and was most recently a sustainability consultant at consultancy firm Trossa, where she worked for four years.

In addition to her role at Trossa, she has been a climate leader at the former US Vice President Al Gore-founded Climate Reality Project for the last three years.

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