Intervalor makes new hire in Stockholm

Consultancy boosts its client executive team by hiring an institutional advisor. The next step is to strengthen in Denmark.

Marcus Andreis, new client executive at Intervalor | Photo: PR / Intervalor

Swedish consultancy Intervalor hires Marcus Andreis as a new client executive in Stockholm. He starts on October 1 and joins the firm from Coin Investment Consulting, where he served as an advisor to institutional investors.

Andreis also worked at Peak Asset Management between 2012 and 2019, a company he co-founded and ran alongside three partners. During that period, the firm’s operations grew and employed up to 25 people.

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