CEO appoints new J. Lauritzen investment team Kristian Mørch, the former CEO of Odfjell and current CEO of investment firm J. Lauritzen, has already constructed his new team, which involves both shipping and investment industry professionals. The new J. Lauritzen team. L-R: Jonas Dalgaard Hoffmann, Kristian Mørch, Dorte Rolff, Jakob Traumer og Philip Bendix Sjøqvist | Photo: J. Lauritzen, Carsten Lundager by tomas kristiansen, translated by catherine brett Published: 12.08.22 at 13:00 The new J. Lauritzen investment team led by Kristian Mørch will include people with competencies in both shipping and investment. Already a subscriber? Log in. Read the whole article Get access for 14 days for free. No credit card is needed, and you will not be automatically signed up for a paid subscription after the free trial. Access all locked articles Receive our daily newsletters Access our app First name: Last name: E-mail address: Password: I accept the terms and conditions An error has occured. Please try again later. Create trial Get full access for you and your coworkers. Start a free company trial today More from AMWatch Alfred Berg ready to launch Swedish equity fund The new, active fund has been in the works since Anna Jakobson was hired to build the strategy in the first quarter, and is launching on Dec. 5. Almost half of European Article 9 have exposure to fossil fuels and aviation, study finds Nearly half of the Article 9 funds in Europe have exposure to companies with business models based entirely or partially on fossil fuels or aviation. DNB removes kickbacks from funds in anticipation of ban Norway’s largest bank is removing retrocession fees from all of its own funds and will soon require fund managers who want to use DNB’s platform to do the same. Velliv's new private equity fund makes first investment, becomes 33% owner of metal waste firm Velliv’s Core Sustainability Capital has invested around EUR 100m in Scanmetals, becoming a co-owner on equal terms with the company’s founder, Ejvind Pedersen, and LEGO family office Kirk Kapital. AP2 expects to reach unlisted credit allocation target in 2023 The Swedish buffer fund has been gradually building up its private debt portfolio over the past two years, writes Nordic Investor. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Further reading AP2 expects to reach unlisted credit allocation target in 2023 New investment platform to challenge Swedish duopoly DNB removes kickbacks from funds in anticipation of ban Danica acquires office property in Copenhagen Velliv's new private equity fund makes first investment, becomes 33% owner of metal waste firm Related articles PensionDanmark CEO on how to develop society with pension money ATP's climate accounting heavily influenced by Maersk and DSV Danske Bank AM after departure of investment team: "The new hires will be just as strong"