After three years of momentum, this is how Bankinvest plans to keep its peers at bay

Bankinvest has increased its market share on the Danish mutual fund market over the past three years after waving goodbye to DKK 50bn (EUR 6.7bn) to make its platform more agile. The Danish asset manager’s CEO Lars Bo Bertram is very confident about inflows in the second half of 2020 and tells AMWatch how he plans to keep the momentum going in the future.

Bankinvest CEO Lars Bo Bertram | Photo: PR/Bankinvest

Bank-owned asset manager Bankinvest has benefitted from tailwind over the past three years and was responsible for 16 percent of the new mutual fund sales on the Danish home market in June, resulting in a market share of 8.9 percent according to the latest statistic by the industry body Finance Denmark.

Bankinvest’s chief executive officer Lars Bo Bertram says that a third of the company’s DKK 108.5bn (EUR 14.5bn) under management is allocated into products that have been developed within the past three years.

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