Swedbank Robur loses market share back home in Q4

Swedbank Robur's AUM rose to EUR 120.2bn from EUR 113.7bn in last year's fourth quarter, the largest player in the Swedish and Baltic fund markets announces.

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Swedbank Robur's market share in its Swedish home market declined over the last quarter of 2020. The company's market share of inflows in Q4 was at 14 percent. This is lower than its current market share by assets under management, which is 21 percent of the total Swedish fund market, according to the firm's fresh quarterly result.

Swedbank Robur remains the largest player in the Swedish and Baltic fund markets in terms of assets under management. In Estonia and Latvia market shares stood at 41 percent, respectively, and 37 percent in Lithuania.

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