Alfred Berg equities manager praises firm's "entrepreneurial spirit"

Career Path: Anna Jakobson returned to being an employee after branching out on her own, and is pleased with the decision due to what she describes as Alfred Berg’s ”willingness to try new things.” She is currently working on a fund launch.

Anna Jakobson, portfolio manager at Alfred Berg. | Photo: SEB/PR

Last month, Anna Jakobsen started in a new position at Alfred Berg, where she will be the portfolio manager of a new Swedish equity fund. Jakobsen has run her own consultancy firm since choosing to leave Nordea, where she had been for most of her career.

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