Nordic institution on the lookout for value manager

The mandte starts at roughly USD 150m with the potential to grow considerably.

A Nordic institution is searching for a manager of global equities with a focus on value stocks.

The mandate is approx.. USD 150m with the potential to grow considerably, the tender on Global Fund Search states.

Value managers have experienced a resurgence in inflow in recent years after a pro-longed period of disinterest from investors. In the Nordics, this has benefitted fund managers like Sparinvest and Skagen, which are fund subsidiaries of Denmark’s Nykredit and Norway’s Storebrand.

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