Danish asset managers among best in Europe

When measured by returns and costs, Danish mutual funds are doing well compared to other European funds. This is shown in ESMA's latest analysis of all European investment funds, writes Finans Danmark in a press release.

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ESMA, the EU's financial authority, has completed an analysis which shows that between 2012 and 2018, Danish funds generated a 10 percent return, compared to the 8 percent average for other European funds.

Finans Danmark reported the findings in a press release on Tuesday morning.

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