Local managers get highest institutional client satisfaction score in Finland

The last installment of AMWatch’s mini-series on Prospera’s instituitonal client satisfaction surveys turns to Finland, where the domestic managers tend to outperform foreign rivals.

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Finnish asset manager Evli has a knack for coming out on top in the annual Prospera External Asset Management Finland survey, which measures institutional investor satisfaction in the country.

Over the ten year period between 2013 and 2022, the asset manager has secured the highest average overall score in the annual institutional client satisfactory surveys conducted by the market intelligence firm.

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