New funds drive Bankinvest growth

Today Friday, Bankinvest celebrates its 50th anniversary and the company appears to be conquering the market in 2019. Partly because Bankinvest's partner banks are doing well, partly because the asset manager has done a good job in understanding customer demands, claims CEO Lars Bo Bertram.

Bankinvest CEO Lars Bo Bertram. | Photo: PR/Bankinvest

Some might think that Bankinvest's days as an independent asset manager and provider of investment funds would be numbered.

The introduction of a commission ban for funds in the banks' popular portfolio products in summer 2017 and most recently, the banks' divestment of competitor Sparinvest, which was acquired by Nykredit, have left the world wondering whether the market still offers a spot for this market player, which is based in Copenhagen's Østerbro district.

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