Nordic fixed income funds behind doubling of Alfred Berg's Norwegian market share

Focusing on Nordic fixed-income funds has doubled Alfred Berg's market shares in Norway. The company, which was previously a prominent player in Sweden, is hoping to carry this success over to the Swedish market, which it has been mostly absent from since selling the majority of its funds to Carneo two years ago.

Kristoffer Sønnervik, director of Institutional Clients at Alfred Berg Kapitalforvaltning. | Photo: PR/Alfred Berg

Since 2016, Alfred Berg has steadily been gaining ground on the market in Norway, doubling its market shares in the Norwegian investment fund market since 2015.

"Most of the volume is in our Nordic fixed-income funds, as it has been since December 2015 when we launched the first Nordic investment-grade fund," Kristoffer Sønnervik, director of institutional clients at Alfred Berg Kapitalforvaltning, tells AMWatch.

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