Sweden's Norron strengthens investment team with triple hiring

The EUR 1.51 billion fund boutique is expanding its investment capabilities by taking on a trio of new employees from Nordea, Handelsbanken and Redeye.

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Stockholm-based Norron Asset Management is adding three new faces to its investment team in September.

Oskar Ormegard will take on the role of portfolio manager, joining the firm from Nordea and will invest in Swedish equities alongside Norron's co-founder Gustaf Sjögren -- a former Catella hedge fund manager.

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