Handelsbanken continues to gain market shares at home but loses ground abroad

The second-largest fund manager on the Swedish market has kept its domestic momentum in Q2. Deputy CEO Henrik Åhman tells AMWatch he expects the trend to continue in the quarters to come.

Henrik Åhman, Deputy CEO of Handelsbanken Fonder. | Photo: PR / Handelsbanken

Sweden’s second-largest fund manager, Handelsbanken Fonder, has seen its market share on the domestic mutual fund market reach 12.2% at the end of the second quarter, the company writes in its fresh interim report.

This development represents a market share increase of 0.2% compared to one year prior.

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