Kredinor recruits new Chief Investment Officer from own ranks

Anmol Juneja takes over as Chief Investment Officer (CIO) in Kredinor AS. Rolf Eek-Johansen, who is CIO in Kredinor today, will retire this summer.

Juneja is a well-known figure in Kredinor through his current position as Head of Nordic Investment. He will step into his role as CIO and as a member of the Executive Management Team (EMT) on the 1st May. Eek-Johansen will continue in Kredinor, managing the company’s operations in  Sweden and Finland until his retirement on the 23rd June.

– I am thrilled that Anmol decided to accept this challenge. He will continue to strengthen our good work with portfolio investments. With his extensive experience he will as well be an important member of our management team, says Klaus-Anders Nysteen, CEO in Kredinor.

Prior to the merger with Kredinor, Anmol Juneja held the position as Nordic Investment Director in Modhi. He has worked with investment in several roles at Kredinor and has more than 7 years of experience from the industry. He has a BSc in Accounting and Management from Manchester Business School and a MSc in Financial Economics from BI, as well as being a CFA Charterholder.

– I am very proud to receive this opportunity in a very exciting time for Kredinor. The strategical changes the company is currently handling, demands extraordinary effort from us all. I am looking forward to contributing even more to this, says Juneja.

– At the same time, I would like to thank Rolf for his enormous efforts for Kredinor and our industry over many years. Now most recently through an important period of change after the merger with Modhi Finance AS, where he was CEO and key to the success of the merger. After the merger, Rolf has had central roles as deputy CEO and CIO in Kredinor, says Klaus-Anders Nysteen.