Storebrand AM enters Danish fund market with multifactor push

Norway's biggest private asset manager enters Denmark with five equity funds. These funds include a global multifactor strategy, a global solutions strategy and a global ESG strategy.

Head of Asset Management at Storebrand, Jan Erik Saugestad, | Photo: Storebrand

Storebrand Asset Management continues to expand outside its home markets in Norway and Sweden. In recent months, the NOK 707bn Oslo-based multi-boutique manager has increased its presence in the UK, Luxembourg and Frankfurt – and this time the manager is turning to Denmark.

In Denmark, Storebrand Asset Management is launching five equity funds targeted at both retail and institutional investors. The five strategies are carefully selected to meet a currently under served demand in Denmark, according to Storebrand Asset Management's CEO Jan Erik Saugestad:

"In the Nordics, we are often associated with sustainable investments, partly due to our in-depth experience and unique Storebrand Standard, and the results we have achieved within sustainable asset management and innovation skills. But we also look forward to offering the cheapest close-to-index funds available in the market and our multifactor equity, which is one of the best performing equity funds in Europe," he says in a statement.

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