Catella strengthens management of Catella Reavinstfond and Catella Småbolagsfond
Catella is strengthening its team responsible for the Catella Reavinstfond and Catella Småbolagsfond funds. From today, July 11, Henrik Gripenvik and Henrik Holmer will take over the management of the Catella Reavinstfond fund. On September 1, the team will be joined by an additional senior manager with extensive experience of fund management and a focus on sustainability issues in fund management. Martin Nilsson and Henrik Holmer will simultaneously take over responsibility for management of the Catella Småbolagsfond fund.
“We are moving towards more team-oriented management of these funds, just as we have already done with the Catella Hedge and Catella Nordic Long Short funds. In addition, we will strengthen the management team with expertise in sustainability. This evolution of our management and our team will help to create additional customer value and ensure the continued high level of our management going forward,” says Erik Kjellgren, head of Catella’s Swedish fund operations.
“The purpose of this change is also to create a clearer management philosophy and process. Catella will further enhance its position in active management while improving our processes in sustainable management, two areas that are central to creating customer value now and in the future,” says Erik Kjellgren.
The teams now taking over will therefore replace Mikael Hanell, who is handing over responsibility for the Catella Reavinstfond and Catella Småbolagsfond funds.
For more information, please contact:
Head of Swedish Fund Operations
+46 8 614 25 12, +46 70 314 40 35
Ann Charlotte Svensson
Head of Communications
+46 8 463 32 55, +46 72 510 11 61
About Catella: Catella is a financial advisor and asset manager specialised in property, fixed income and equities. We have a leading position in the property sector and a strong local presence in Europe, with more than 500 employees in twelve countries. Catella is listed on First North Premier at Nasdaq Stockholm. Read more at www.catella.com.