Nordea AM's CEO takes stock of historic H1 and sets sights on Europe's elite

The largest asset manager in the Nordics, Nordea Asset Management, wants to rival Europe's elite and has taken great strides in recent years, according to CEO, Nils Bolmstrand. He tells AMWatch how the next steps will be taken in this conquest – while staying alert about the growing competition from global peers within ESG investing. 

Nils Bolmstrand become head of Nordea Asset Management in January 2017. | Photo: PR / Nordea Asset Management

Since assuming the overall responsibility of Nordea Asset Management (NAM) in January 2017, Nils Bolmstrand’s vision has been to move NAM into the very top of European asset management elite.

"We've taken great strides in recent years, and professional investors across Europe often rank NAM among the top 10 when measuring brand awareness. We are well underway to establishing ourselves in the European top bracket, and this will be a continuous journey for us," the chief executive tells AMWatch.

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