Swiss bank challenges Nordea and introduces ETPs in Denmark

Nordea is the biggest provider of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) to private investors today. But a large European player foresees further growth in the market, and is set to list a wide range of certificates on Nordic Growth Market stock exchange on Friday.

Heiko Geiger, head of Public Distribution in Europa at Vontobel. | Photo: PR

On Friday, Swiss bank Vontobel will make its debut in the Danish market. The 90-year-old investment bank plans to list a wide range of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) -- primarily Bull & Bear certificates on Nordic Growth Market.

The move by Vontobel is a bid to do battle with Nordea, which, alongside online broker Nordnet, dominates the Danish ETP market – a generic term for various investment products that are listed by banks and bought by private investors.

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