Energy drives growth, wealth management lags behind long-term target at Taaleri

For Taaleri's wealth management segment, the second half of 2020 was weaker than during the prior year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but towards the end of the year the trend took a positive turn, according to the company's CEO Robin Lindahl.

Robin Lindahl, CEO of Taaleri. | Photo: Taaleri PR.

Assets under management at Finnish financial services company Taaleri grew by 4.2 percent and reached EUR 7.4bn in 2020, up from EUR 7.1bn at the end of 2019.

"All in all, we can be satisfied with Taaleri's year in a challenging operating environment," says CEO Robin Lindahl.

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