New CEO plans to increase manager's AUM tenfold in huge growth push

Nordic Investment Opportunities will have ten times as much in AUM by 2030 if CEO Michael Greve, who has recently returned to Denmark after living in London, realizes his ambitions, which involve conquering the German market.

Michael Greve, CEO, Nordic Investment Opportunities | Photo: Casper Dalhoff / Ritzau Scanpix

There are sky-high ambitions at Nordic Investment Opportunities, NIO, which aims to revolutionize retail investors' opportunities to invest in alternative investments, and targets DKK 100bn (EUR 13.4bn) in AUM by 2030.

The first step on the road to this goal was to bring in a new CEO, Michael Greve, who moved back to Denmark from London to start the role in November. Using his experience from large players including AMG and AXA Investment Managers, he will help the firm to capture the international market.

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