Q1 AUM growth: One Nordic asset manager is in the fast lane

AMWatch's Q1 comparison of AUM growth at the largest Nordic asset managers shows solid retail inflows. Most Nordic asset managers point to negative deposit rates, sustainable products and index funds as some of the main drivers. (corrected) 

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(Correction: Storebrand Asset Management has been added to the graph)

The first quarter of 2021 was a good for most of the largest asset managers in the Nordics. Only one of the 14 asset managers in AMWatch's quarterly comparison saw assets under management shrink.

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