German investment opportunities bloom for Nordic asset managers

With bond yields languishing at extreme lows, German pension providers are being forced to invest their funds abroad. And Nordic financial houses are becoming increasingly successful in building strong customer relationships on the basis of solid returns. Over the next month, AMWatch will look at how to get a foothold in the highly-fragmented German pension and investment market.

Germany, Europe's largest economy, has combined savings of some EUR 6 trillion. And is open for business for Nordic asset managers. | Photo: /ritzau/Bente Lindegaard


The Germans come top of the class for savings, with a tenth of all income being consistently set aside.

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