German asset manager DWS has managed to double its Nordic assets under management to EUR 14bn since 2018. That was the year when Deutsche Bank spun off the entire Deutsche Asset Management business, renamed it DWS and listed it on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Lindahl joined as Head of Nordics in 2018 as well and has been instrumental in increasing the asset manager’s book of business in the region. But he would be right to think "what if" and how the AUM could have been had there not been a pandemic for over a year.
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