Nordic investors are early adopters of themes and competitors need to be at the top of their game to keep up

COMPETITION MELT UP: Nordic investors construct portfolios across a broad set of asset classes and tend to be early adopters of emerging investment themes, according to BlackRock Managing Director Lena Lundholm-Micko.

Managing Director and Head of Institutional Clients Lena Lundholm-Micko was one of the first Nordic team members when she joined the US-based asset manager in 2008. | Photo: PR / BlackRock

In this last part of AMWatch's series on global asset managers’ competition in the Nordic region, we talk to the behemoth of investment firms: BlackRock.

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