Max Matthiessen CEO sees revenue and client base grow with new strategy

Danish national Jacob Schlawitz has managed Swedish financial house Max Matthiessen for two years. He talks to AMWatch about revenue growth, client inflows and whether the company is on track to reach his stated goal – doubling in size within three to five years.

Jacob Schlawitz, CEO, Max Matthiessen | Photo: PR / Max Matthiessen

When Jacob Schlawitz was appointed CEO of Swedish insurance broker and wealth manager Max Matthiessen (MM) by the new owners, private equity giant Nordic Capital, he quickly set in motion a growth strategy that included focusing on wealth management, pensions and private banking as key areas.

Goals were also put in place: double in size in three to five years and double the amount of client meetings to 100,000 per year.

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