Swedish Private Equity Firm Appoints CIO

Jun 25 2007 | 9:49am ET

Stockholm-based private equity firm Niam has appointed Fredrik Jonsson as chief investment officer. In his new role, Jonsson will be responsible for acquisitions of properties and development projects for Niam’s funds.

Prior to joining Niam, Jonsson was vice president of Skanska Commercial Development Europe, a commercial real estate developer. Jonsson will start his new gig at Niam later this summer.

“We are very happy to have Fredrik Jonsson on the team,” Johan Bergman, managing director, said. “He has a sound knowledge of real estate acquisitions both in Sweden and internationally. He will strengthen our position as one of Northern Europe’s leading real estate players.”

Niam was founded in 1998 and specializes in the real estate space.


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