Substantial growth at most of the big Nordic asset managers

AMWatch compares the development of assets under management at the largest Nordic asset managers. Most grew their AUM – but not all.

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Despite a tough first quarter, most asset managers ended 2020 with an increase in assets under management of around 10 percent or more, research conducted by AMWatch shows.

Norway's largest private asset manager Storebrand, the fifth-largest in the Nordics, ranked first place by growing assets under management by 15.7 percent or NOK 131bn to NOK 962bn (EUR 94.1bn).

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