NAM fund managers on new innovation fund: "We've created a fund we would want to invest in ourselves"

"Innovation doesn't necessarily mean the company is successful," says portfolio managers Niklas Kristoffersson and Carl Mattiasson from Nordea Asset Management.

Niklas Kristoffersson (left) and Carl Mattiasson are the fund managers of Nordea's new fund Stars Innovation. | Photo: PR / Nordea Asset Management

Nordea Asset Management (NAM) recently launched its new fund Nordea Innovation Stars, which will invest in growth and innovation companies in the Nordics and globally.

The fund will focus on health care, sustainability and technology. The fund targets personal investors with a 3-7-year investment horizon.

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