Why Nordea AM’s chief is prioritizing growth in home markets

Expanding its sustainable investment capabilities is one of the ways Nordea Asset & Wealth Management is now planning to add market share in Sweden and Norway in 2019, the unit's leader Snorre Storset tells AMWatch.

Norwegian Snorre Storset (48) became head of wealth management at Nordea in 2016.

After a year when assets under management nosedived 14 percent, Nordea Asset & Wealth Management is setting clear priorities for 2019. The overarching goal is to strengthen its market position on the Swedish and Norwegian markets for private banking and life and pensions.

Nordea's head of AM takes stock of 2018 after AuM took a nosedive 

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