Three asset managers win shares of Danish retail market while Nykredit and Danske Invest lose capital

Asset managers catering to smaller financial institutions are winning market share, as is Nordea, while Nykredit and Danske Invest lose terrain.

Fra Parallelvej i Kongens Lyngby er Danske Invest i gang med at vende udviklingen. August var dog et tilbageslag for tilgangen af kapital. | Photo: Mogens Flindt

Retail investors laid DKK 3.2bn (EUR 430m) into Danish investment funds last month, shows August market data from business association Finans Danmark.

In a normal year, that sum in one month would be just dandy for the industry. For 2021, however, which has thus far been marked by an extraordinarily high level of investment activity, that's not a very exciting figure for any asset manager.

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