Stockholm
06 February 2018
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

SEB hires new head of investor services


SEB has hired Ann Magnusson as head of investor services, effective 2 May.

Magnusson previously worked at SEB from 2005 to 2009 in different senior cash management roles.

She has also served as J.P. Morgan as executive director and senior relationship manager within the firm’s investor services business.

Goran Fors, current acting head of investor services at SEB, will continue his previous role as deputy head of investor services alongside Magnusson.

Commenting on Magnusson’s appointment, Susann Lindqvist, marketing project manager at SEB, said: “I am pleased to announce that Ann Magnusson will be rejoining SEB as new head head of investor services.”

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