Nordea Asset Management (NAM) has opened an office in Portugal to serve clients in southern Europe and Latin America, writes Forbes Portugal.
“Over the past three years, Nordea Asset Management has enjoyed very strong international expansion. To support our continued development, it was critical to further internationalize our entire asset management value chain. After evaluating several options, we chose Portugal – and Lisbon in particular – as the platform to support our growing global presence,” NAM’s Global Head of Distribution, Christophe Girondel, tells the media.
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