Active asset manager looks for the few companies that can grow over time

Investing in companies that are able to grow consistently over time might seem like an easy task – but in reality, there are surprisingly few. For 31 years, C Worldwide has tried to find these companies, long-time CEO Bo Knudsen tells AMWatch.

Bo Knudsen, CEO at C Worldwide. | Photo: C Worldwide/PR

When passing by the same tree every day, it's hard to notice that it is growing. But over time, we all know that it does.

Longevity has been key for Copenhagen-based asset manager C Worldwide Asset Management since it was established in 1986. In 1990, the asset manager launched its first global equity investment fund, which has outperformed its benchmark by 1,471 percent over the past 31 years with volatility in line with the wider market.

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