Swedish frontier specialist eyes Nordic institutional growth

Stockholm-based Tundra wants to stretch its Nordic investor base further. The emphasis is on getting more institutional capital on board.

Tundra's CIO and Co-founder, Mattias Martinsson, at Hotel Marriot in Copenhagen where he held an investor conference about his firm. | Photo: Søren Top

Since its foundation back in 2011, Tundra's Nordic investor base has grown steadily with each passing year, according to the company's CIO Mattias Martinsson.

AMWatch met him at an investor conference organized by its Danish partner IMDistribution -- a business which helps asset managers get a foothold in the Scandinavian markets.

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