Welcome to Nordic Investment Partners

About Nordic Investment Partners


Nordic Investment Partners was founded in 2017 by Ole Søeberg

Based on Ole's experience in global equity markets since early 1980's in investment banking, Investor Relations and Asset Management and in various leadership roles.

Nordic Investment Partners functions as a family office. However, being a long term investor there's time for other activities and the following advisory services are offered

Advisory and consultancy is provided within 

  • For investment funds and family offices; investment inspiration and asset allocation for wealth preservation and growth in liquid (listed) assets
  • Advisory board member in AI Alpha Labs - AI driven investment selectrion and inspiration
  • Advisory board in Bristlecone Pacific - investing in the longevity ecosystem
  • Considering UCITS fund 
  • Analysis: Deep dive analysis and valuation models i.e. contract analysis
  • Specifically in 2022; capital raising for plant based high-end protein production facilities in Europe and USA
  • IR: Shareholder issues such as disclosure improvements, strategy clarification aimed towards specific investor segments. How to handle activism, ESG reporting and other issues BoD and daily mangement face on a regular basis

On this website you find

  • Investment roadmap and quarterly updates
  • Nordic Value Investor Conference - a conference for investment entusiast sharing investment ideas. More on Nordic Value section on this site
  • Feel free to reach out via the contact box below

Chart highlight

2023 starting with a bull run 

9 January 2023

2023 has started on a bullish tone despite media and experts saying we're heading straight into a recession. 

Time will show how reality is by summer 2023. Assuming a moderate economic slowdown, which cool down the inflation numbers, then central banks will continue to maintain activity reducing short term rates (current levels are 4.5% in USA and 2.5% in Europe) until inflation is sustainably at the targeted 2% inflation level

In such an environment corporate performance should be OK and given the current valuations of 17x in USA and 11x in Europe, then there's room for a continued bull run. However, valuation levels change much faster than earnings and the valuation level in US could hold back the magnitude of the US bull run. 

Based on the expected sales and earnings in 2022-24 one can make a simple illutration that suggest the roadmap as below. If it's mild recession it's not going to get much worse than now and we should be thru by summer 2023. If it's a deep recession it's take until 2025-26 to get back to the levels of late 2021

 Below is the chart of MSCI World  ratio since 2018 and a guess for 2023/24


Nordic Investment Partners is owned by Ole Søeberg. More on LinkedIn




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