Aktia records sound inflow for Q2 and prepares to conquer new markets

Aktia Asset Management will start marketing some of its flagship products on eight new markets via a new partnership with British distributor Harrington-Cooper.

Mikko Ayub, CEO of Aktia.

Finland’s Aktia Asset Management pulled in net inflows totaling EUR 111m over the second quarter of this year, though assets under management decreased by 5% to EUR 13.9bn from EUR 14.7bn at the end of Q1.

CEO Mikko Ayub notes that whilst the company’s AUM went down due to increased interest rates and stock market decline over Q2, positive inflows came from all of Aktia’s client segments.

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