M&G Expands Nordic Coverage – Christian Stenberg Joins Stockholm Office

Nordic M&G Investments has appointed Christian Stenberg as Associate Director in its Stockholm office. In his newly created role, Stenberg will be covering institutional and wholesale clients across the Nordic region.

2019-03-07

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Christian Stenberg. Image: M&G
Christian Stenberg.

Stenberg has ten years of experience, and joins M&G from Erik Penser, a leading Swedish private bank, where he was Head of Institutional Sales. Prior experience also includes five years in London with Barclays’ Nordic Structured Solutions team.

M&G’s local Nordic presence was further strengthened earlier this year with the relocation of Anna- Louise Klintman to Stockholm from M&G’s London office. Klintman joined M&G in 2014 and is focussed on developing M&G’s wholesale and institutional businesses.

Robert Heaney, Head of the Nordic Region, M&G Investments says: “M&G is committed to the long- term growth and development of its business in the Nordic region and this expansion of our local presence reflects this commitment. We’re very happy to have Christian join the team. His experience fits very well with the breadth of M&G’s investment capabilities and he will be working to deliver investment solutions for M&G’s clients across the region.”

M&G recently moved into a new office in central Stockholm to accommodate this growth, and that of M&G Real Estate which also has a team of two based locally.

M&G established a local presence in Stockholm in mid-2012 and manages over €3bn on behalf of Nordic institutional investors across Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. Growth in the Nordics has been driven by various alternative investment strategies including Leveraged Loans, Real Estate Finance, Infrastructure, Structured Credit and Real Estate.




Anthon Näsström
anthon@nordicpropertynews.com




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