"Democratization of private assets is here to stay and will continue to be on investors' radars"

Summer series: Given the volatility in the market it is really difficult to say how the second half of the year will play out, but some long-term trends will remain strong, says Head of Nordics at Schroders Henrik Jonsson.

Henrik Jonsson has been head of Nordics at Schroders since 2018. | Photo: PR / Schroders/Håkan Målbäck

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

”Clearly the war between Russia and Ukraine. After two years of pandemic, there was a sense of normality finally coming back into everyone’s life until Russia invaded Ukraine,” says Henrik Jonsson, head of Nordics at UK asset manager Schroders, which has EUR 871bn in AUM.

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