Global manager's Nordic head sees challenges mount

Summer Series: Going into the second half of 2022, Head of Nordics at T. Rowe Price Henrik Fahlåker believes that the ”million dollar” question is when will it be right to add risk to the portfolio again. He outlines what he has observed during the turbulent first six months.

Henrik Fahlåker, Head of Nordics at T. Rowe Price. | Photo: PR / T. Rowe Price

What will you remember most from the first half of 2022?

”It has truly been a turbulent first six months. When entering 2022, many thought we would finally leave the pandemic behind us and return to more normalized market conditions. Then Russia attacked Ukraine, which has strongly impacted energy prices and taken driven higher much further than anticipated.

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