Manager tracker: latest moves revealed

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The latest manager changes round up has a distinctly Nordic feel to it with a number of changes happening in Scandinavia-based firms.

KLP

The Norwegian equity manager Odd Rune Heggheim no longer manages the KLP AksjeNorge fund which he has run for over ten years. It has now been taken over Niklas Hallberg who co-runs it with Heggheim’s former co-manager John Harald Henriksen.

Carnegie

The Swedish bond manager Peter Werleus no longer manages the Carnegie Corporate Bond and the Carnegie Obligationsfond funds. Both funds are now managed by Stefan Ericson who was previously co-manager with Werleus on the Obligationsfond.

Bank Sarasin

Bond manager Patrik Janovjak is no longer manager of the euro government bond fund Sarasin Structured Return Fund. It has now been handed to his colleague Oscar Alberte.

Elsewhere, mixed asset manager Franziska Glonecker of Austrian group Schoellerbank no longer runs the Globo II fund. The global mixed asset fund is now managed by Eva Helminger.

Sweden-based bond manaager Michael Falken no longer manages two of his funds: Ohman High Yield and Ohman Foretagsobligationsfonden.

Sven Olowson replaced him as co-manager of the Swedish bonds Foretagsobligationsfonden fund and runs it alongside co-manager Andreas Mattson. The duo now also runs the Ohman High Yield fund.

Here are other manager changes as reported by Citywire Global over the past two weeks.

FundQuest manager quits to join French rival

Double manager exit at LGT

Allianz swaps manager on China fund

Star US manager leaves UBS

Natixis names head of European equity

Mirabaud poaches Aviva's HY head

Top co-manager steps down from leading Allianz fund