SEB’s assets under management dropped by a whopping 13.7% in Q2

So far, three Nordic asset managers have reported Q2 figures, and the second largest Nordic manager takes the lead when it comes to the largest percentage decline in assets under management.

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Assets under management at SEB dropped 13.7% in the second quarter, sending the second largest Nordic asset manager ahead of its peers when it comes to the largest decline in assets under management.

So far, Danish manager Bankinvest has reported an AUM decline of 5% to DKK 132.9bn (EUR 17.9bn), while Norway’s largest asset manager, Storebrand, has seen assets drop by only 3.6% to NOK 1,009bn (EUR 98.3bn).

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