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29 Nordic asset managers make the global top-500 cut

Danske Bank AM takes a dive while Swedbank Robur climbs in annual list of the world's biggest asset managers. Denmark has two new names on the list this year.

Photo: Melissa Kühn Hjerrild

The world's largest asset managers remain unchanged: Blackrock and Vanguard are still number one and two, according to IPE’s latest annual ranking.

The Nordic region's top three players are also the same as before.

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