Swedish Advisory Firm OE Capital Taps New Director

Aug 19 2013 | 8:48am ET

Sweden's Oscarsson & Engman Capital, an advisory and capital introduction company, is expanding its advisory business with the appointment of Mikael Arnborger as a director.

Arnborger has held senior roles at JRS Securities, HQ Bank and Erik Penser Bank.

Focusing on alternative investments, OE Capital works on a long-term basis with a limited number of fund managers across a variety of strategies and geographical areas.

Founded in Stockholm in 2009 by Magnus Oscarsson and Tom Engman, OE Capital is partly owned by Fennogens Investments, which is controlled indirectly by Henrik, Georg and Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth.


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