The year 2020 turned out to be positive in terms of financial gains net inflows. At Denmark's largest asset manager, assets under management increased by DKK 25bn (EUR 3.4bn) to DKK 753bn (EUR 101.3bn), primarily due to positive financial markets.
"I had hoped for more because we had a great year in terms of investments in 2020. We have been named the best institutional asset manager in Denmark by Prospera. We have a broad range of products while we also have a huge focus on sustainability and ESG," Christian Heiberg, Head of Asset Management at Danske Bank, tells AMWatch.
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