Nordea after strong retail inflow in Norway: Norwegians have become more confident

Retail clients have become more confident about investing, says Randi Marjamaa, head of retail clients at Nordea in Norway.

Randi Marjamaa, head of retail clients at Nordea in Norway. | Photo: Nordea

Assets under management at Nordea's investment funds in Norway increased by 5.8 percent to NOK 203.4bn (EUR 19.2bn) in the second quarter.

Net inflow amounted to NOK 7.8bn (EUR 737m) during the second quarter.

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