Prospera: Danske Bank AM best in Denmark – Nordea hits bottom

Roughly 100 institutional investors from Denmark rank Danske Bank AM as the best provider of external asset management for the past 12 months. Nordea keeps struggling, according to the respondents.

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For the second consecutive year, Danske Bank Asset Management is rated as the best provider of external asset management services in Denmark, according to the annual survey by consultancy Prospera.

Prospera has asked 91 large investors to rank asset managers with a score from 1 to 5. The survey result shows that Danske Bank earns an overall performance of 4.07 and the position at the top of the table. Second on the list is Nykredit AM (4.00), third is SEB (3.95), fourth is Jyske Bank (3.92) and Nordea ends at fifth place (3.88).

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