Only two global brands have managed to break the Nordic domination of the latest 'Top-3' lists of equity, bond and hedge funds picked by advisers at Fondmarknaden.se, Sweden's biggest fund supermarket.
Swedish investment bank Carnegie's president and CEO Frans Lindelöw will be stepping down in the autumn of this year, after overseeing the company's separation into three legal entities.
John Olaisen, chief analyst for Carnegie in Norway has reportedly jumped to competitor ABG Sundal Collier as a result of the Nordic bank's decision to limit bonuses.
Bonuses at investment banking group Carnegie are being cut, according to comments attributed to the company's chief executive Frans Lindelöw.
Henrik Rhenman, whose healthcare fund returned about 800% in dollar terms in the decade to 2008, said he believes equity price levels and the outlook for companies in which he invests point to significant potential from the sector over the coming year...
Swedish firm Carnegie has announced a restructuring into three operationally and legally separate business areas, which will see the ending of its market making activities for the Swedish market.
Sweden's Administrative Court (Förvaltningsrätten) in Stockholm ruled that the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen) was correct in its earlier decision to blacklist Pernilla Ström in regards to her activities as a director at failed...
Hans Mertzig, one-time manager of H&M founder the Persson family's fortune, has seen his own Mertzig Equity Fund Sweden perform strongly again over the past month.
Simon Blecher, manager of the Carnegie Fonder Carnegie Sverigefond, discusses the possible M&A activity that could hit his Swedish big cap universe.
Andreas Uller, deputy chief executive of Carnegie Fonder in Sweden talks about his firm's focus in the local market.