Clients are now snapping at our heels, says Natixis' Nordic chief

AMWatch met the Nordic head of Natixis Investment Managers – the EUR 867 billion French firm – to discuss the state of institutional sales in the region.

"My biggest competitor is not another fund distributor from foreign asset managers, such as Fidelity Investments or JPMorgen," says Viggo Johansen, Nordic head of Natixis Investment Managers | Photo: Natixis

Schroders, AIG Investments, back to Schroders and now Natixis Investment Managers. In a nutshell, that describes the career path so far of Viggo Johansen. He now distributes the products of Natixis Investment Managers, which is a EUR 867 billion active-only investment firm.

AMWatch met him to discuss how he sees competition in his sector evolving.

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