SEB changes investment focus and names new managers for Nordic flagship fund

SEB hopes to achieve better returns by changing to a sustainability focus for its Nordic Equity flagship fund.

Caroline Forsberg and Robert Vicsai will be responsible for managing the new Nordic Future Opportunity Fund. | Photo: PR/SEB

Due to increasing demand for sustainability investments, SEB has chosen to change the investment objective of one of its well-performing funds, the SEB Nordic Equity Fund, which at the same time will change to live up to Article 9 of the EU’s SFDR.

The fund will apply a thematic investment approach.

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