Nordic investment fund associations want closer cooperation on common agendas

CEOs of the investment fund associations in three Nordic countries met up in Stockholm recently to compare agendas, develop cooperation and find common ground on EU issues.

Fredrik Nordström, CEO of the Swedish Investment Fund Association, hosted at meet-up with fellow CEOs of the Nordic investment fund associations. | Photo: PR

The Nordic investment landscape is gradually moving towards further integration. And in a move to develop closer contact and cooperation among the investment fund associations of Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark, CEO Fredrik Nordström of the Swedish Investment Fund Association recently hosted a meet-up in Stockholm.

The meet-up aimed to compare agendas, develop cooperation and discuss EU issues.

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