Nordea tops European inflows for active managers

A strong inflow puts Nordea right at the top in terms of actively managed funds in October, shows data from Morningstar. The inflow is diversified across many products, Nils Bolmstrand, CEO of Nordea Asset Management, tells AMWatch.

Niels Bolmstrand has been the head of Nordea Asset Management since January 2017. | Photo: PR / Nordea Asset Management

Nordea had a solid inflow across Europe, shows Morningstar's newly released data for October.

In October, the largest asset manager in the Nordics topped the list of fund houses on the active side, landing EUR 2.2bn in net inflows and bringing Nordea's total inflow to actively managed strategies to EUR 5.7bn year-to-date.

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