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2014-12-09

MSLGROUP Publishes Inaugural Global Institutional Investors Insight Report

The global Financial Practice of MSLGROUP today released the results of its inaugural Global Institutional Investors Insight survey covering the North American, European and Asian markets.

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2014-12-08

MSLGROUP awarded in 2014 European Excellence Award

The Pension Tax Calculator was named winner in the Microsite category

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2014-10-01

David Ingnäs new Partner at JKL Group and MSLGROUP Nordic

JKL is strengthening its senior management with the appointment of David Ingnäs, JKL consultant and member of JKL Sweden’s management group, as partner at JKL Group and MSLGROUP Nordic as of 1 October 2014.

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2014-10-01

JKL’s election night event

JKL invited our contacts, clients and colleagues to a business sector election vigil.

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2014-09-30

Being in it for the long run: JKL on how to encourage long-term institutional investments in Swedish companies

We need more long-term, engaged investments in Swedish companies.

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2014-09-24

Anton Abele to join JKL

Anton will strengthen JKL’s market-leading Public Affairs team after the turn of the year.

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2014-09-23

Two wins in The Digital Communication Awards

On Friday JKL and MSLGROUP Stockholm scored two prestigious gongs in The Digital Communication Awards.

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2014-09-17

Swedish Election: Results and Implications

For the first time ever Sweden will have a minority coalition government led by the Social Democrats and the Green Party in national office. The historic outcome of the Swedish general election has increased the level of uncertainty surrounding Sweden’s future domestic policies.

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2014-09-17

The Future of Business Citizenship

17 country study of 8000+ Millennials on the Future of Business Citizenship.

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2014-09-12

Don´t focus on grabbing attention – focus on keeping it

The Swedish general election is only a few days away. By the time you read this article, we’ll probably know which parties will be forming the government. But why wait? We can already draw some preliminary conclusions from the election campaign.

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