Swiss asset manager pegs Nordics as key region for growth
By investing on behalf of institutional investors in the Nordics, RAM Active Investments -- a Swiss-based investment firm with EUR 4.3 billion in assets under management -- has identified several trending topics among the region’s investors.
Geneva-based money manager RAM Active Investments sees the Nordics as an important and strategic region for further growth, according to Juliette Chevalier, who is responsible for the company's sales activities in the Nordic countries and U.K..
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