Alfred Berg aims for Swedish comeback

Two years after selling most of its funds in Sweden to Carneo, the Nordic asset manager is now making something of a comeback in the country’s mutual fund space -  this time with a more focused product base.

Rasmus Anrell, head of distribution sales at Alfred Berg in Stockholm | Photo: PR / Alfred Berg

Nordic asset manager Alfred Berg is making a comeback in Sweden. This comes almost exactly two years after the BNP Paribas-owned manager divested a large portion of its Swedish funds to boutique manager Carneo.

Nine funds were transferred to Carneo, while some mandates along with two of the manager's own funds and four funds distributed by Parvest remained in Sweden.

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