Storebrand bosses buying up company shares for private portfolios amid market turmoil

On Monday, five members of board and management at Norwegian financial group Storebrand bought Storebrand stock at a price range of NOK 34-35 per share.

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Four top members of the executive management and one board member of Norwegian financial group Storebrand purchased stock for their own portfolios on Monday as share prices plummeted worldwide.

During the last week, Storebrand equity has depreciated 25 percent on the Oslo Stock Exchange and almost 49 percent during the last month.

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