Max Matthiessen CIO favors US, says Europe is on “shaky ground”

Swedish financial house Max Mathiessen’s Chief Strategist and CIO Jon Arnell talks to AMWatch about dampened positivity and why the firm is staying neutral on emerging markets and Europe.

Jon Arnell, CIO and Head of Strategy, Max Matthiessen | Photo: PR / Max Matthiessen

Max Matthiessen’s CIO Jon Arnell has - for obvious reasons - become far less optimistic about the market and its growth potential since he took up his new role at the insurance broker and pension company during Q1 last year.

Arnell had already been at the company for six years at that point but was given the newly created CIO role as Max Matthiessen started a new push to grow within its asset management operations.

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