Alfred Berg keeps gaining ground on the Norwegian fund market. Again this year, the fund manager has taken the two Norwegian Prospera prizes, External Asset Management and Fund Distributors & Selectors.
”We believe that the reason why we also got the highest ranking this year is that Alfred Berg is focusing on the Nordic region. In a troubled world, we see Norwegian investors turning to our Nordic bond and equity strategies,” Kristoffer Sønnervik, director of institutional clients at Alfred Berg Kapitalforvaltning, tells AMWatch.
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