SEB’s Head of Capital Introduction Joins NREP

Nordic SEB’s Head of Capital Introduction joins NREP, bringing over 20 years of experience across the spectrum of alternative investments, to further strengthen NREP’s partnerships with strategic investors in the Nordics and globally.

2018-06-04

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NREP today announced that it has recruited Ludwig Holmgren, the Head of Capital Introduction at SEB, to join its team. Ludwig Holmgren has more than 20 years’ experience working across the spectrum of alternative investments in the Nordics.

”We are delighted that Ludwig Holmgren is joining the NREP team. With a solid background in alternative investments, Mr, Holmgren has an exceptional understanding of the needs and challenges facing institutional investors today,” says Gustaf Lilliehöök, Partner, NREP.

“NREP seeks to make real estate better by challenging status quo and providing real estate products that better address people’s needs. Finding new solutions also requires new ways of working with our capital partners and Mr. Holmgren brings a valuable combination of experience and fresh perspectives from outside the real estate industry,” says Mikkel Bülow Lehnsby, Founding Partner and CEO, NREP.

Ludwig Holmgren will take on his new assignment in June.




Axel Ohlsson
axel@nordicpropertynews.com




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