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Swedish asset manager plans to expand in fixed income amid Nordic business push

Lannebo Fonder, which has traditionally been an equity house, aims to grow its fixed income business to equal its equity business in the future, says the company's Founder and Chairman. Lannebo plans to grow through new product launches or adding a sustainability angle to its existing fixed income products.

Sweden's Lannebo Fonder aims to grow its fixed income investments in the medium term, says the company's Founder and Chairman of the Board Göran Espelund. | Photo: PR / Lannebo Fonder

Lannebo Fonder aims to grow its fixed income investments in the medium term, says the company's Founder and Chairman of the Board Göran Espelund.

Currently, 85 percent of the Swedish investment manager's EUR 7.5bn is invested in equities and only 15 percent in the company's three fixed income funds that are invested in short-duration credits, high yield, and corporate bonds.

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