Finnish Nato application has boosted investor confidence, says Mandatum AM CEO

Inflows balanced out some H1 losses for Mandatum Asset Management, and a noteworthy real estate sale in July suggests investors are not scared of making large transactions in Finland despite the current geopolitical situation, says CEO Lauri Vaittinen.

Lauri Vaittinen, CEO of Mandatum Asset Management (MAM). | Photo: PR / Mandatum Life

Despite positive net inflows of EUR 254m, lower market values led to a decline in the client assets under management at Finland’s Mandatum AM.

External client assets under management dropped to EUR 10.3bn from EUR 10.9bn at the end of the first quarter and EUR 11.1bn at the end of 2021.

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