Didner & Gerge is a fund manager that likes to work at its own pace. It has been around for three years short of three decades and still manages just five funds.
While being interviewed by Swedish financial news daily Realtid in 2019, CEO Helena Hillström said there was no immediate plan for a fund launch, but that she expected one or two new funds to come in the next couple of years.
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