Former Oil Fund chief Yngve Slyngstad gets a top-level job at Aker

Yngve SlyngstadPhoto: Heiko Junge / NTB
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Yngve Slyngstad, who was head of Norway’s Oil Fund for 12 years, got a job as a general manager and senior partner in Aker Asset Management (AAM).

In a stock exchange announcement, the company states that 59-year-old Slyngstad will get the responsibility for building up and developing active asset management to become a new business area in Aker, on a par with the company’s existing industrial operations.

“Yngve Slyngstad is a pioneer in active asset management, with impressive results. 

“We are pleased that Yngve has agreed to take on total responsibility, and we are inspired by his ambitions,” CEO Øyvind Eriksen in Aker and CEO Kristian Røkke in Aker Horizons said in a joint statement.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayFinance

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