Equity products most popular among Scandinavian investors, eVestment report suggests

Institutional investors and investment consultants from the Scandinavian countries made the most searches for equity products on eVestment's database during the second quarter -- but disagreed on the focus of the strategies.

eVestment Global Head of Research Peter Laurelli | Photo: PR / eVestment

Institutional investors and investment consultants in Denmark made the most searches in eVestment's database for Global All Cap Core Equity products by managers across the world during the second quarter, the Nasdaq-owned data provider writes in its new EMEA Institutional Intelligence Report.

Global all cap growth equity products came in second, followed by global all cap value equity products.

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