SEB has recruited Peter Branner as the new head of SEB Investment Management. Branner will continue to develop the SEB mutual funds offering and build on the bank’s position within alternative investments. He joins from Fortis in London where he held a position as chief investment officer. Prior to that he was CIO/managing director at IKANO Fund Management in Luxembourg, having previously held other positions within the IKANO Group in the Netherlands, Denmark and the UK. Fredrik Boheman, head of Wealth Management at SEB, says: “The asset management business faces great opportunities and challenges, and I am very glad that Peter, with his long international experience from our industry, will lead the fund management development within SEB.”
The annual BNP Paribas Cash Management University kicked off on Thursday morning with treasury professionals congregating in Paris from across Europe.
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