US asset manager wants bigger piece of growing market

In order to win more institutional mandates in the Nordics, bespoke solutions are pivotal, believes a global asset manager that plans to grow in this segment. To achieve this ambition, the Nordic team will grow in 2020.

T. Rowe Price Head Northern Europe & Middle East Jan Eggertsen | Photo: PR

"We want to gain a bigger share of the market for bespoke investment solutions in the Nordics," says T. Rowe Price Head Northern Europe & Middle East Jan Eggertsen says to AMWatch.

The demand for a traditional fund search is a dying breed, because it no longer fits the mindset of institutional investors such as pension funds and insurance companies.

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