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VISTIN 26.06.2018 kl 09:02 21707

Oil analyst Torbjorn Kjus said he’s quitting Norway’s biggest bank to pursue opportunities that will arise thanks to an obscure but far-reaching change to fuel rules for the shipping industry.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-25/top-norway-oil-analyst-quitting-dnb-for-riches-of-2020-fuel-rule

Kjus, who has followed the market for almost two decades, will join Vistin Trading AS as a fund manager next week after leaving DNB ASA. The thematic fund, which will trade primarily off the International Maritime Organization’s plans to curb ship-fuel sulfur emissions worldwide from 2020, already recruited Kenneth Tveter from DNB in a similar role.

“It’s the perfect time to start,” Kjus, 48, said by phone from Oslo on Monday. “Because this topic is so extremely interesting and has so many effects, most of them have not been priced in.”

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