BNY Mellon Investment Management opens Stockholm office

The New York-based asset manager wants to increase its presence in the Nordics as it sees significant opportunities to serve institutional and intermediary investors.

BNY Mellon Investment Management's new office is located in the Swedish capital, Stockholm. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Frank Chmura.

BNY Mellon Investment Management has opened a Nordic branch in Stockholm to serve its institutional and retail clients in the region. The EUR 1.58 billion money manager, then, is the recent example of global asset managers wanting to increase their physical presence across Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.  

Foreign asset managers open more offices in "attractive" Nordics 

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