Nykredit aims to increase AUM by 17% by the end of 2023

Selected equity and mortgage strategies are some of the tools Nykredit focuses on selling to institutional investors, says Chief Client Manager Christine Bergstedt Jørgensen.

Nykredit's headquarter in Copenhagen | Photo: Jens Dresling

Nykredit Wealth Management has tripled its assets under management in the past six years. In 2020, Nykredit CEO Michael Rasmussen set a new goal to reach DKK 500bn (EUR 67.2bn) in AUM by the end of 2023, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

To create growth on the institutional side, Denmark’s second-largest asset manager has most recently hired Christine Bergstedt Jørgensen to win mandates from both the 20 largest investors in Denmark and the largest Nordic investors.

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