Nordic funds bank on quality to weather US turbulence

During the ongoing turbulence, FIM AM's US fund has made its first investment in an airline company, while SEB's North America fund has benefited from its position in energy and financials. Both funds' year to date returns remain negative.

Mikko Linnanvuori (left), Fund Manager at FIM Asset Management and Andreas Johansson, Head of Quantitative Equites Team at SEB Investment Management. | Photo: PR / FIM & SEB

At FIM Asset Management, Fund Manager Mikko Linnanvuori says the company’s US equity fund has been looking at the best companies in the sectors worst hit by the ongoing pandemic.

The large cap fund recently made its first investment in a US airline - Southwest Airlines - and catering business Aramark, with the aim of benefiting from the post-pandemic upswing.

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