New AMF Fonder chief sees big challenges for fund sector in 2018

"The funds sector is facing several major challenges in the next few year," says Jonas Eliasson, as he takes over as new CEO of AMF Fonder. The former Alfred Berg Fonder chief describes his new role as “fun and exciting” because of the task of making the company better able to succeed in the future.

Jonas Eliasson, new Chief Executive of AMF Fonder | Photo: PR

The new chief executive of Sweden's AMF Fonder – the mutual funds arm of the SEK 591 billion (EUR 60.4 billion) pension fund AMF Pension – appears to have hit the ground running. Settling into his new office in Stockholm only last week, Jonas Eliasson marked his debut at the firm with talk of the huge tasks ahead.

"The funds sector is facing several major challenges in the next few year," says Eliasson, who comes to AMF Fonder from Alfred Berg Fonder, where he was also CEO.

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