Martin Öqvist, chief executive of Lannebo Fonder in Sweden has joined the board of the Swedish Investment Fund Association, after being elected at the Association’s annual general meeting. Lannebo was founded in 2000, and Öqvist has been chief executive since February 2016. The board currently includes Chairman: Maria Rengefors, Nordea Fonder (re-elected) Deputy chairman: Carl Cederschiöld, Handelsbanken Fonder (re-elected) […]
Swedish boutique Lannebo has appointed Johan Nilke as the new manager of its Lannebo Vision equity fund, starting by end March/beginning of April. Nilke joins from Öhman Fonder, where he was responsible for the Öhman Global Growth equity fund. He has over a decade of experience. The Vision fund has been part of Lannebo’s stable since […]
Swedish boutique Lannebo Fonder has won a case against regulatory authority Finansinspektionen at Sweden’s Supreme Administrative Court, in a case that has defined implementation of the so-called 5-10-40 rule for Ucits funds, and which means that now, four years after first applying for authorisation, Lannebo will be able to launch a new actively managed fund. The […]
The Fund Distributors & Selectors 2016 Sweden report published by TNS Sifo Prospera has ranked Carnegie Fonder first among distributors and selectors active in the Swedish market, for the second year in a row. Along with Lannebo Fonder (second place) and Catella Fonder (fourth place), local managers took three out of the top five positions. […]
“It is hard to see the proposal as anything other than a purely punitive tax on the financial sector in Sweden.” That is the reaction of Göran Espelund, chairman of the Board at Lannebo Fonder, one of Sweden’s best known boutiques, to proposals put forward to boost tax revenues by introducing a 15% additional income […]
TNS Sifo Propsera, the industry consultant, has ranked Carnegie Fonder as the top fund provider active in the Swedish market, based on a survey of fund distributors and selectors. Sister business Carnegie Asset Management, based in Denmark, was ranked second, with Swedish boutique Lannebo Fonder, well known for its Swedish small cap strategy, ranked third. […]
Lannebo Fonder, the Swedish boutique, is advertising two positions to join its 10-strong back office team at its Stockholm office. The company was co-founded by Anders Lannebo (pictured) and others in 2000. Known as ‘Mr Fund’ in the local industry and now chairman of Lannebo Fonder, he was managing director of Robur Kapitalförvaltning for 18 […]
Swedish boutique Lannebo Fonder had a much more challenging 2011 than 2010, but founder and board chairman Anders Lannebo has still given his blessing to a payout to shareholders in the business.
Lannebo Fonder, the boutique known for its smaller companies portfolios in the Swedish market, has amended the position of Peter Rönström from that of joint manager to that of senior advisor.
Continued global financial uncertainty has forced Sweden’s central bank (Riksbank) to postpone interest rate hikes, according to a statement issued this morning.
ODIN Fund Management’s chief executive Leif Ola Rød, Delphi Funds senior portfolio manager Espen Furnes, and Lannebo Fonder founder Anders Lannebo talk about the challenges and opportunities they see from the region.
Anders Lannebo, founder and chairman of the boutique, is keen to grow the firm, but not so fast that it threatens its
status for quality asset management.