Oil fund senior portfolio manager swaps Oslo for Cape Town

Having spent around 13 years with Norges Bank Investment Management, a senior portfolio manager has decided to leave the USD 1.4trn sovereign wealth fund and go back to Cape Town where he has previously spent three years of his career.

Cape Town with the famous flat-topped Table Mountain in the background. | Photo: Marlin Clark/Unsplashed

Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) is waving goodbye to its senior portfolio manager for emerging markets fixed income, Andreas Tindlund, who is moving to South Africa.

In a post on LinkedIn, Tindlund revealed that Friday, May 6, was his last day at the sovereign wealth fund.

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