Financial house's new CIO eyes big growth in asset and wealth management

Six-year veteran at Max Matthiessen Jon Arnell was given the reins of a newly created role at the Swedish financial house early summer. Building a truly competitive private banking business as well as increasing asset and wealth management are key goals going forward, he tells AMWatch.

Max Matthiessen Jon Arnell | Photo: PR / Max Matthiessen

Swedish insurance broker and financial firm Max Matthiessen was acquired by private equity investor Nordic Capital in 2020. In connection with the takeover, Danish national Jacob Schlawitz was appointed CEO and quickly set up a new management team.

With this organization, a fresh expansion phase and new direction came into effect with four key areas identified for future growth: life and pensions, asset management, private banking and non-life insurance.

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