CIO: Changes in regulation are needed if asset management is to be Norwegian point of pride

Alexandra Morris, the CIO at Skagen Fonderne, is hoping for changes in Norwegian regulation of the asset management industry.

Alexandra Morris, CIO, Skagen Fondene | Photo: Pressefoto

At Norway’s largest political gathering, Aredalsuka, one of the panel debates hosted by Finance Norway centered on whether asset management can become a new Norwegian point of pride.

The CIO of Skagen Fondene, Alexandra Morris, thinks that for this to happen, regulation needs to be changed so Norwegian managers are working under similar conditions to the international fund hubs, notably Ireland and Luxembourg, where many asset managers domicile funds.

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