Institutional inflow to Sparinvest value strategies boosts Nykredit

Despite market turmoil, assets under management at Nykredit subsidiary Sparinvest have now surpassed the year-end 2021 figure. Most of the institutional inflow went to Sparinvest’s value strategies, head of Nykredit Wealth Management Peter Kjærgaard tells AMWatch.

Peter Kjærgaard, head of Nykredit Wealth Management. | Photo: PR / Nykredit

Denmark’s second-largest asset manager saw net inflows continue in the second quarter, albeit at a slower pace than in Q1.

Although the negative returns of DKK 56bn (EUR 7.5bn) for the first half of the year are almost equally divided between the two quarters, investors became more hesitant in the second quarter. Net inflow amounted to DKK 6bn (EUR 807m) in Q2, down from DKK 16.5bn (EUR 2.2bn) in the year’s first quarter.

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