Finnish manager blew past Nordic peers on AUM growth in third quarter

Every large asset manager in the Nordics grew their assets under management during the third quarter, but the figures differ significantly from firm to firm. As a result, the long-time fourth-largest manager has lost that title, dropping to sixth place, AMWatch's quarterly comparison shows.

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The third quarter of 2021 was yet another positive period for most Nordic asset managers despite shakier financial markets than during the first half of the year.

14 of the biggest financial firms with asset management operations grew their AUM, shows AMWatch's quarterly comparison of the region's money managers based on the figures they provide during earnings season.

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