Atle welcomes Viggo Hanzon and Sandra Dahlman Tham
We at Atle are happy to welcome Viggo Hanzon and Sandra Dahlman Tham to Atle. Viggo will be responsible for Atle's institutional sales with a focus on Sweden and Sandra is coming on board as CMO.
"It feels really exciting to welcome Viggo to Atle. Viggo has a solid experience in institutional sales which complements our existing distribution very well," says Gustav Ohlsson, CEO at Atle.
During the last four years, Viggo has worked at Storebrand Asset Management with institutional sales, mainly towards foundations, family offices and other large institutions. Before that, Viggo has worked at Skagen Fonder, in several different roles, and at Alfred Berg, with asset management.
"It is a unique opportunity for me to represent a range of niche premium brands, with a strong and long-term principal owner where the common denominator is real active management. This is exactly what I am passionate about, and I am looking forward to being involved in developing the institutional business together with colleagues who share my interest. And also to be able to carry Atle's fine brands with me into the institutional market," says Viggo.
Sandra has several years of experience as a marketing manager and has worked with digital marketing, branding and conversion optimization for over twelve years.
"It feels extremely good to welcome Sandra. She has a broad competence in marketing from several different industries. I look forward to developing our brands and communication together with her," says Gustav Ohlsson, CEO at Atle.
Sandra started her career in Paris at Dior Parfums, where she early on assumed the role of e-commerce manager. She has since then helped a large number of companies with their digital presence and brand building.
"It's very exciting to start working in a, for me, brand-new industry. I'm really looking forward to applying my experience to this industry and getting more savers and investors to find our very interesting funds," says Sandra.