AMF Fonder shuns Swedish fund consolidation and is set to launch sustainable quant fund

Jonas Eliasson, CEO of AMF Fonder, predicts continued consolidation of the Swedish fund market but does not expect to take active part in it. The fund company has chosen an organic growth path. Next, is the launch of an equity fund focusing on sustainable companies in emerging markets.

CEO of AMF Fonder Jonas Eliasson. | Photo: PR

Sweden's seventh largest fund company, AMF Fonder does not want to take part in the ongoing consolidation of the Swedish fund market. The fund company is owned jointly by workers' and employers' organizations.

"We have no need to acquire funds, we are not looking at that. We grow organically, our management fees are competitive, and we have a good market share," AMF Fonder CEO Jonas Eliasson tells

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