Storebrand AM eyes Danish acquisitions

Norway’s largest asset manager has big ambitions in Denmark after two years on the market, and the CEO says more acquisitions are coming.

Jan Erik Saugestad er topchef i Storebrand Asset Management, som har store ambitioner på det danske marked.. | Photo: PR / Storebrand AM

As a part of plans to establish itself on the Danish asset management market, further acquisitions are likely in store from Storebrand Asset Management.

Chief Executive Jan Erik Saugestad tells Danish business media Børsen Pro Finans that the asset manager is looking into further acquisitions to expand the Danish business, which after two years on the market has increased its managed assets from DKK 700m (EUR 94m) to DKK 3.7bn (EUR 497m).

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