Small margins tend to decide close rivalry in annual survey – but wakeup-calls can be detected in the data

SEB recently came out on top as the highest ranked asset manager in Prospera’s Nordic survey. Looking over a ten year horizon, small margins tend to decide the outcome, although the findings can sometimes serve as a wakeup-call.

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Over the recent months, market intelligence firm Prospera has published its annual rankings of how Nordic asset managers. The rankings show how the managers perform relative to each other within the category External Asset Management across the categories Nordics, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland when asking dozens of instituional investors in the various markets.

This week, AMWatch dives into ten years of data, starting with the Nordic survey and then followed by the individual markets.

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