Storebrand Investments, the asset management arm of the giant Norwegian insurer Storebrand, is one of the first major financial institutions in Norway to reorganise the management of its assets along lines of alpha and beta strategies rather than equities and fixed income. The asset management splits its asset management into two operations: a beta operation organised as single group with separate duties, and an alpha operation, made up of six teams, each responsible for a Luxembourg-based ...
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