Goldman Sachs on Prospera top ranking: "This is a recognition of our long-term customer-focused work"

The global asset manager's Stockholm branch ranks first in this year's Prospera survey of Fund Distributors & Selectors in Sweden. The top ranking is thanks to long-term efforts and a deep collaboration with selected customers, the company states.

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"This is a recognition of the long-term customer-focused work we have been doing at Goldman Sachs for many years," Goldman Sachs Asset Management Head of Nordic Retail Client Business Mårten Bäck tells after the company recently achieved a top ranking in a new survey.

Prospera: Goldman Sachs leaps to become the best fund distributor and selector in Sweden; BankInvest remains on top in Denmark 

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