Good returns and multi-asset solutions fueled "satisfactory" Q1, says head of Jyske Capital

During the turbulent first quarter of 2022, positive net sales from both the institutional and retail segments as well as satisfactory returns helped Denmark’s third-largest asset manager to fare better than the majority of its Nordic peers.

Henning Mortensen, head of Jyske Capital. | Photo: PR/Jyske Bank

Volatile markets for equities and bonds have led to declining assets under management at Nordic asset managers. So far, Jyske Capital has had the second-smallest AUM drop measured in percentages: 3.8% - a tad more than Nykredit’s 2.5% decline.

Larger players such as Swedbank, SEB Investment Management, Nordea Asset and Wealth Management and Danske Bank Asset Management all saw bigger drops, ranging from over 5% to almost 10%.

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