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Allianz Global Investors picks new Head of Nordics from own ranks, Länsförsäkringar Fondliv reveals new CEO, Danish pension fund creates to executive role and finds candidate internally and former Head of Fixed Income Trading at Nordea Asset Management changes job. These are some of this week's job changes.
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Allianz' asset management arm names Nordic head

Erik Rosensvärd has been promoted from director to Head of Nordics at Allianz Global Investors. Rosensvärd has previously worked at Deutsche Bank and Carnegie. He has been with Allianz for almost three years.

New CEO at Länsförsäkringar Fondliv

On 1 February 2020, Mathias Collén will become the new CEO at Länsförsäkringar Fondliv. Mattias Nordin, the current CFO at Länsförsäkringar Fondliv, has been acting CEO since Tua Holgersson left the company in the fall.

Pension fund creates CFO role and finds candidate internally

The Danish pension fund P+ (created by the merger of pension funds JØP and DIP), has created a position as CFO and has promoted Mads Stougaard to fill the role. He  played a vital role in the merger between the two pension funds in November.

New Prudent Person Officer at pension fund

Rasmus Emmertsen has left Nykredit after 7 and a half years to become Prudent Person Officer at AP Pension. According to Linkedin, his new role entails “strengthening governance and processes from clients to investment.”

Former Nordea trader gets new role

The former Head of Fixed Income Trading at Nordea Asset Management, Brett Chappell, has accepted a new job at Mariana UFP, a global financial service business in London. According to FI-Desk.com, he will be “spearheading Mariana’s activities in the Nordic region.”

Carnegie names new head M&A boss

Nicolaj Ellebæk Bundgaard started in a new role on the 1. January. He can now call himself head of M&A at Carnegie Investment Bank. Read more about Bundgaard in this article.

Nordea Asset Management changes bond team to improve diversity

The Nordea Asset Management has made a number of personnel changes, particularly within the emerging market debt team. The changes aim to increase the diversity of the team. Read more about the changes in this article.

Finnish fund selector leaves SEB to join video game developer

Fund selector Veli-Pekka Puolakanaho has become director of investment relations at Finnish game developer Rovio. Read more about Puolakanaho in this article.

Nordea Asset Management loses selection manager to formerly owned pension company

Erik Skacke is leaving Nordea after more than seven years at the Nordic bank. He will become portfolio manager at pension company Velliv, which Nordea previously owned. Read more about Skacke in this article.

Management changes at real estate group Heimstaden

Magnus Nordholm has become Vice President of real estate group Heimstaden with responsibility for equity, partners and M&A. In particular, he will work with the group's international expansion. Read more about Nordholm in this article.

Nordea loses executive to Kommunekredit

Daniel Aagaard Pedersen has started as new senior treasury manager at Kommunekredit, where he will focus on funding and derivatives. Read more about Pedersen in this article.

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