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Nordea bags most Morningstar Awards – smaller managers take fair share

Chicago-based investment consultancy Morningstar has handed out 33 awards in the Nordic region. The largest domestic asset manager, Nordea, took home most prizes, but when adjusting for size other asset managers steal the limelight.

Henrika Vikman, managing director at Nordea Funds. | Photo: PR/Nordea

Last week, Morningstar handed out 33 awards to fund companies across the Nordic region. The investment manager that won most prices was Nordea that took in six awards, whose asset management arm has EUR 253.8bn in AUM and is one of only a few fund companies operating across all Nordic markets.

"The awards are a recognition of the great work our portfolio teams across the Nordics put into ensuring our long-term investors the best products on the market – with risk-adjusted returns that match or even outperform the market standards," says Henrika Vikman, managing director at Nordea Funds.

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