Speciality manager in Norway grew its AUM by 13% in difficult year

Most Norwegian fund managers noted a decline in assets under management last year. A relatively small firm achieved an entirely new market level in 2022.
Magnus Vie Sundal, portfolio manager at Borea Asset Management. | Photo: Borea Asset Management PR
Magnus Vie Sundal, portfolio manager at Borea Asset Management. | Photo: Borea Asset Management PR
BY SYNNØVE PRYTZ BERSET, TRANSLATED BY KATRINE GØTHLER

Data from the Norwegian Fund and Asset Management Association (VFF) show assets under management decreasing by 8.18% last year among such firms based in Norway.

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