Manager focuses on core capabilities in new Nordic push

USD 1trn asset manager Insight Investment recently made a Nordic business development hire. After ten years in the region, it is ramping up, as it sees "alignment between its investment solutions and the outcomes required by investors".

Johan Klevenstedt, Insight Investment | Photo: PR / Linkedin

Johan Klevenstedt started in his new role as head of Nordic business development for BNY Mellon-owned USD 1trn manager Insight Investment on August 2, relocating from Stockholm to London in the process.

Focusing on institutional clients, he tells AMWatch in an email response that he is "looking forward to working with clients on solutions and introducing relevant strategies reflecting required outcomes that we believe will fit with the Nordic market well."

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