Trusting the process brought Didner & Gerge out of a crisis

Sticking to its philosophy helped one of Sweden's most popular fund managers get through a rough patch a couple of years ago. Patience and belief in the strategy is key; focus on what happens at the companies and don't fret over external scenarios you can't control anyway, the CEO tells AMWatch.

Didner & Gerge CEO Helena Hillström | Photo: PR / Didner & Gerge

Didner & Gerge has long been one of Sweden's most popular fund managers outside of the big banks, not least among retail savers. Its domestic equity fund Didner & Gerge Aktiefond is one of the biggest in the country with SEK 43.8bn (EUR 4.33bn) in assets under management and has a history of strong returns to show for it.

At least, it did until 2018.

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