Following the recent announcement of new recruitments within equity research, SEB has announced further key appointments within its equity sales division. Jonas Ridell has been named as head of global sales, Johan Nyquist becomes head of sales, Stockholm, while Eggert Mörling and Carl Johan (Calle) Frisell join SEB Enskilda equity sales, Stockholm.
Ridell and Nyquist have worked within Nordic equity sales and trading at SEB Enskilda since 1999 and 1998 respectively. Ridell joined SEB Enskilda from Svenska Handelsbanken where he spent nine years within Nordic equities. Nyquist was previously at Alfred Berg and United Securities, and has worked within equity brokerage since 1986.
Mörling has more than 15 years experience within equities sales, most recently at Carnegie and earlier at Julius Baer, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, both in Sweden and London. Frisell joins from a position in equity sales at Svenska Handelsbanken, having joined in 2004 from Hagströmer & Qviberg, where he worked for 10 years. Ridell, Nyquist, Mörling and Frisell will take on their new positions during the autumn of 2009.
Last week SEB announced two further recruitments within research. Fredrik Carlsson, most recently chief portfolio manager at the Second Swedish National Pension Fund (AP 2), was named head of Swedish equity research and Roland Jonsson, who has worked at SEB Enskilda since 2005, was named head of Scandinavian equity research.
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