After 33 percent AUM growth in 2019: This is how SPP Fonder plans to keep up the momentum

After attracting 15 percent of the total net inflows across the Swedish fund industry in 2019, SPP Fonder's CEO Åsa Wallenberg explains how to stay ahead in a competitive fund market.

Åsa Wallenberg is head of SSP Fonder. | Photo: PR / SPP Fonder

Swedish fund provider SPP Fonder has recently reported an 33 percent increase in AUM in 2019 compared to the previous year, as its inflows accounted for some 15 percent of total net inflows to the Swedish investment fund industry.

As a result of returns and inflows, the total AUM in the Storebrand-owned fund company reached EUR 23.2 billion (SEK 246 billion) by the end of the year.

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