New Head of Nordea Asset Management

14-12-16 10:42 | Press release | About Nordea

Nordea has appointed Nils Bolmstrand new Head of Nordea Asset Management, the largest asset manager in the Nordics.

-Nils Bolmstrand is the right person to maintain the very strong momentum and development of Nordea Asset Management. He has the competencies and experience within the asset management business, and he has strong leadership and personal skills, Snorre Storset, head of Nordea Wealth Management says.

Nils Bolmstrand, 44, comes from a position heading Nordea Life & Pensions, and he has previously held managerial positions within Nordea Asset Management and the asset management-division of Skandia and Old Mutual. He starts in his new position 1. January 2017.

Nordea Asset Management is year-to-date number 1 in Europe in attracting new assets and has during the last 4 consecutive years been among top 10 in Europe of best-selling asset managers. Since 2011 60 % of Nordea Asset Management-sales have been to clients outside Nordea. Nordea Asset Management has total Assets under Management at EURO 215 billion end of third quarter 2016.

Johan Nystedt has been appointed acting Head of Nordea Life & Pensions, he will retain his position as Head of the Swedish Life & Pensions-organisation during the period as acting Head.

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