Three Scandinavian boutiques among Europe's top 10 capital raisers

Two Danish and one Swedish Boutique fund rank in the ten European funds with the largest capital inflow so far in 2018.

The funds are pouring into Boutique size investment managers in Europe. Three scandinavian managers are on the top ten of capital inflow in 2018 | Photo: Colourbox

Big is not always better, and investors are increasingly recognizing that smaller boutique funds can have capabilities and niche expertise that create value.

Much of the capital inflows in the first four months of the year have gone into so-called boutique funds -- or funds with less than EUR 25 billion in assets under management, Citywire writes.

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