SEB to target retail investors with impact fund as it reaches institutional milestone

The Swedish financial group recently launched a fund in collaboration with French-based Lyxor Asset Management, which will soon open for private investors following more than USD 100m inflow from institutional investors.

SEB Junior Portfolio Advisor Sofia Wärmlöf Helmrich, who is responsible for the new fund alongside SEB Head of Active Trading Mikael Nilsson, says in the statement. | Photo:

In April, SEB launched a fund entitled Lyxor SEB Impact Fund, which is, as the name suggests, a collaboration with French-based Lyxor Asset Management.

Based on an intention to invest in companies that work to solve some of the global challenges of the future, the fund has reached more than USD 100m in capital from institutional investors and will soon open for private investors, according to a statement by SEB.

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