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Nordic asset managers hold their positions in global AuM ranking

The largest Nordic asset managers largely hold their rankings in the annual list of the world's largest asset managers, as compiled by IPE.com.

Nordea remains the 74th largest asset manager in the world, according to IPE.com. | Photo: /ritzau/Jens Dresling

Blackrock remains by far the largest asset manager in the world, meassured by asset under management, according to the recently pubished Top 400 Asset Managers 2018, as compiled by financial news service Investment and Pensions Europe, or IPE.

Looking at the Nordic asset managers, things also remain largely unchanged from 2017.

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