Swedish group took first Danish top spot in ten years

Over a ten-year period, though, Denmark’s biggest asset manager ranks comfortably ahead of peers on a domestic institutional client satisfaction survey.

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Stockholm-based SEB recently managed to reach the top spot in Prospera’s annual survey, External Asset Management Denmark.

In the 2022 edition, 89 Danish institutional investors with at least DKK 300m of externally managed assets ranked the market’s managers on various criteria, including portfolio manager competence, track record, fees and product quality.

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