5 steps to curb the economic effects of corona: Nordea Asset Management joins forces with global investors in statement to tackle crisis

Faced with a sharp downturn of the economy due to corona, 195 asset managers and institutional investors have issued a joint investors' response to the corona crisis with five steps for companies and business communities to follow.

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195 institutional investors representing over USD 5 trillion in assets under management globally, including Nordea Asset Management, have joined forces in the face of the corona threat.

In a joint statement, the investors are calling on management teams and boards of directors in the business community to follow five steps to protect business and society.

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