Turning points: Torsten Amelung, Statkraft

Torsten Amelung - Statkraft

From the point of view of most market observers, the 2008 global financial crisis was an unmitigated disaster. But Torsten Amelung, Cologne-based senior vice-president of trading, origination and business development at Norwegian state-owned energy firm Statkraft, believes it had a silver lining.

After the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers in September 2008, the appetite of companies for traditional investments such as stocks and bonds declined, while governments across Europe

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