Danske AM wants to improve despite ranking higher than head-to-head competitor in this year's Propera survey

Every year, Danske Bank AM and SEB AM take turns in topping the Nordic Prospera survey for external asset managers. Despite topping the Nordics ranking and being on top five in three out of four country surveys, Atilla Olesen, head of Danske Bank Asset Management, sees room for improvement in Sweden.

Atilla Olesen, head of Danske Bank Asset Management. | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

Over the past months, Prospera has published its yearly rankings, in which Nordic institutional investors give their assessments of asset managers across the region.

Just like last year, SEB Asset Management and Danske Bank Asset Management are head-to-head in the run for the Prospera top rankings. Meanwhile, the largest asset manager in the Nordics, Nordea Asset Management, takes the third place again and is absent from the top five in Finland and Sweden.

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