Evli CEO after turning last year's sales around: Our products are well suited for the current environment

The Finnish asset manager is experiencing strong AUM growth, and there are three reasons for that, CEO Maunu Lehtimäki tells AMWatch.

Maunu Lehtimäki, CEO of Evli. | Photo: PR/Evli

Last year, the Finnish asset manager saw negative net sales in March and April, reducing its 2020 AUM total. So far this year, AUM has grown by 14.2 percent – or EUR 2bn – of which a little more than half comes from increased net sales.

Evli's CEO Maunu Lehtimäki spoke to AMWatch after the publication of the firm's half-year report, and said there were three main reasons for the results.

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