Flodén: Merger will make AMF's life and fund management stronger

The Swedish pension company made the strategic decision to consolidate its asset management operations during the fall of 2020, CIO Tomas Flodén tells AMWatch.

"Our ambition over time, of course, is to get the savers to notice this as they see their pension capital growth improve," says Tomas Flodén, AMF CIO | Photo: PR / AMF

Swedish pension company AMF officially announced yesterday that it is consolidating all of its asset management operations, comprised of traditional life management and fund subsidiary AMF Fonder, under the umbrella of one organization.

AMF Fonder's CEO Jonas Eliasson stepped down in August 2020 and at the time, the company stated it was looking for a permanent replacement. It made the strategic decision to merge the units during the fall and then applied for an FSA permit during the spring this year, CIO Tomas Flodén tells AMWatch.

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