Nordea's AM business deepens footprint in Norway and Sweden

Following a year when its assets under management figure came under pressure, Nordea Asset & Wealth Management sets out its priorities for 2019.

Snorre Storset, Head of Nordea Asset and Wealth Management. | Photo: PR

A stronger presence in Norway and Sweden for Private Banking and Life & Pensions -- and more focus on ESG in asset management.

These are two of the "clear priorities" for Nordea Asset & Wealth Management in 2019, the Nordic banking group reveals in its financial report for fourth quarter and full year results 2018.

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