FINLAND - Financial services organisation Evli has reorganised its management structure, with changes affecting the life, mutual fund and asset management divisions, following a senior resignation.
Maunu Lehtimäki, previously head of portfolio management at Evli Asset Management, has been promoted to the new managing director of Evli Asset Management.
Additionally, Tero Viherto, previously managing director of Evli Life, has been appointed as the new managing director of Evli Fund Management. Tuomas Hukka, previously assistant director at Evli Asset Management, will temporarily assume Viherto’s responsibilities at Evli Life.
Lehtimäki and Viherto take over from Jyri Viskari, who has resigned as managing director of both Evli Fund Management and Evli Asset Management.
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