BlackRock's Nordic ETF lead sees clients becoming more active in their asset allocation

Nordic investors increasingly look for active asset allocation to capture market movements, says institutional sales lead for Nordics at BlackRock's iShares, Wilhelm Schauman.

Wilhelm Schauman, BlackRock's Head of Institutional Sales, iShares ETF's, Nordic Region. | Photo: BlackRock PR.

The low-yield market environment is pushing Nordic investors to increasingly look for active asset allocation and exchange-traded funds, says Wilhelm Schauman, BlackRock's Head of Institutional Sales, iShares, Nordic Region.

"One trend that derives from the low-yield market environment is that institutional investors are becoming more active in asset allocation, positioning, rotating and aiming to capture the movements of the market to create additional returns," Schauman says.

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