Nordnet's Danish branch turns focus to investment solutions in the hunt for market shares
Clients are still flooding to trading platform Nordnet Danish division, a new fiscal report shows. According to country manager Anne Buchardt, the new clients are coming from all areas of society, and more will be reeled in by the platform's portfolio investment solutions.
Two years ago, KLP Kapitalforvaltning accounted for 4 percent of inflows to Norwegian retail funds. Now, its share is 17.6 percent. "It's been a dramatic change," says CEO Håvard Gulbrandsen, who thinks sustainable funds, low prices and new dynamics in the Norwegian retail market are responsible.
The Swedish Pensions Agency has been busy recently, with a first foray into real estate and new terms and conditions for its fund platform meaning lower fees for savers. Fund department chief Erik Fransson also discusses whether going fossil free has had an impact on returns.
Five new guidelines aim to create more transparency about how Danish pension funds asses the value of unlisted assets – but according to several pension firms, they already live up to these principles.