After doubling DWS' Nordic AUM – Lindahl is ready for the next step

Reintroducing the brand to Nordic clients and building a stronger local team helped DWS to grow. Passive, ESG and alternatives were key segments, the Head of Nordics Thomas Lindahl tells AMWatch, which met up with him in Stockholm.

DWS' Head of Nordics, Thomas Lindahl, meets AMWatch in Stockholm | Photo: PR / AMWatch

In 2018, Deutsche Bank's division Deutsche Asset Management went through a rebranding. It changed its name to DWS and went public on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

The same year, Thomas Lindahl was asked if he wanted to step in and lead DWS in the Nordics. A 17-year Deutsche Bank veteran, with ten of those years spent as head of Nordic equity sales, he found the position interesting and already had good knowledge of the DWS brand, he tells AMWatch in an interview.

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