New asset management course launched at Norwegian uni: "Participants will get a black belt in making money"

The oil fund and its CEO Nicolai Tangen are two collaboration partners for the newly-established asset management course, which will be offered at the Norwegian School of Economics.

The panel debate, (l-r): Tom Staavi, Bjørn Slåtto, Alexandra Morris, Nicolai Tangen and Øystein Thøgersen. | Photo: Martin Fuglseth Kolden

During a panel debate on how Norway’s asset managers can reach a more international market, it was revealed that the industry is collaborating with the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) to start a course focusing on asset management.

”I am pretty sure that in three years, it will be the most popular course in Norway. Participants will get a black belt in making money. It will be difficult to get a place,” Norges Bank Investment Bank (NBIM) CEO Nicolai Tangen predicted.

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