Danica in Norway passes "magic" EUR 3bn AUM threshold

The Norwegian division of Danske Bank's pension company Danica is turning 25 and has surpassed a "magic threshold", according to CEO Steinar Nielsen, who says the next goal is to get rid of the company's growing pains.

Steinar Nielsen, CEO, Danica Pensjon | Photo: Danske Bank

Steinar Nielsen, CEO of Danica Pension in Norway, Danica Pensjon, has exciting news for AMWatch's sister media FinansWatch.

"We have surpassed a magic threshold of a total AUM of NOK 30bn (EUR 3bn). That has been an important goal for us," he says.

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