Jyske Capital, the asset management arm of Denmark's third-largest bank, increased its asset under management by 2.3 percent – or DKK 4bn – to DKK 175bn (EUR 23.5bn) in 2020.
"Net sales from retail customers in the Danish business are overall positive for 2020, which also involved a continued inflow from professional clients," writes Jyske Bank in its full-year financial statement, released Tuesday morning.
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