Our story

Söderberg & Partners first saw the light of day in 2004, when a group of nine analysts led by our CEO Gustaf Rentzhog decided to leave one of the largest financial companies in the Nordic region. Per-Olof Söderberg became the company's main shareholder and has been the chairman of the board ever since.

The group of nine analysts has already grown to around 3,500 employees in seven countries. Our first business area was life and pension insurance, then other insurances. We continue to expand into new business areas.

Analyzes have always been the cornerstone of our operations. We are very proud of our analysis department, which has grown over the years to be the largest in the Nordic countries. Our recommendations are always based on expert analysis.

What started as a dream of nine analysts is currently a functioning company. Söderberg & Partners is one of Sweden's leading experts and brokers of insurance and financial products. We are very proud of our company.

A snapshot of our history


Söderberg & Partners Oy buys Vakuutusvahti Oy. The Söderberg & Partners group is expanding its operations to Great Britain and Spain.


Söderberg & Partners Oy buys the entire share capital of Vakuutusvälytys Arktia. The Söderberg & Partners group already has more than 3,000 employees.


Meklaritalo, ITM Brokers, Semita and MSR Finser merge into Söderberg & Partners Finland. As part of the merger, Benefit Advisors and Söderberg & Partners International Insurance (formerly Optimum Insurance Consultants) also merge with the company. With more than 100 experts and 16 offices, the company is one of Finland's largest corporate insurance brokers.


Söderberg & Partners Group turns 15! More than 2,000 of our employees from six different countries gather for a giant celebration at Stockholm’s Globen Arena.


The Group now has more than 2,000 employees.


we open our first offices in Denmark, Norway and Finland open. International growth begins.


Nine Swedish analysts join forces to provide more people with analytical financial advice. The company is named Söderberg & Partners.