Swedbank Robur added AUM in third quarter driven by actively managed funds 

In the third quarter, Sweden's largest fund manager continued to grow its AUM with both positive returns and positive inflows. This time, even more than in the second quarter. 

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In the third quarter, Swedbank Robur managed to increase its AUM by 8 percent – or SEK 91bn – to SEK 1,153bn (EUR 110.9bn).

The net flow in the large Swedish fund market amounted to SEK 38bn (EUR 3.7bn) in Q3. 

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