Swedish fund manager prefers domestic small caps

A long overdue digitalization is driving growth among small cap companies in Sweden, argues Enter Fonder. The Stockholm-based firm prefers to focus on the home market although it has the mandate to invest also abroad.

Catrin Jansson, equity fund manager at Enter Fonder. | Photo: PR

There are numerous small companies in Sweden, which have found a niche that gives them the ability to grow faster than the gross domestic product, says Jon Hyltner, equity fund manager at Enter Fonder to AMWatch. One factor driving growth among Swedish small-caps is digitalization, Hyltner adds.

"We do have the mandate to invest outside Sweden, but if we would do, we would go to one of the other Nordic countries," says Sten Lindquist, head of equity management and founding partner at the firm. "And that we have done only a few times," he adds.

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