SEB's assets under management down by 25% this year: "We haven’t seen the inflows we think we should see"

Chief Financial Officer Masih Yazdi tells AMWatch that Sweden’s biggest bank has a plan to turn the tide.

SEB Group Chief Financial Officer Masih Yazdi | Photo: PR / SEB

The unprecedented year on financial markets with equities and bonds falling in tandem hurts, and Sweden’s biggest bank SEB has been hit particularly hard in its assets under management.

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