Nordea Asset Management adapts to the times: "Transparency is the key for stakeholder trust"

The financial industry is already subject to more scrutiny than other industries, according to Head of Nordea Asset Management (NAM).

"The sheer size of Nordea leads to increased media scrutiny of our company" says Nordea Asset Management Chief Executive Officer Nils Bolmstrand. | Photo: PR / Nordea Asset Management

As part of AMWatch's series on increased stakeholder scrutiny of asset managers, AMWatch has talked to Nordea Asset Management Chief Executive Officer Nils Bolmstrand.

As the nature of asset management is that of increasing the value of savings, pensions or a company's excess liquidity, the financial industry is already subject to significant scrutiny compared to other industries, Bolmstrand argues.

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