Huge performance differences among Nordic asset managers in Q3

The Q3 reporting season has ended, revealing that Nordic asset managers performed very differently in terms of AUM decline, net sales and returns during the period. AMWatch takes a close look at the figures and our Q3 interviews with the key players.

Gustaf Linnell, Head of Fixed Income at Storebrand Asset Management, Christian Heiberg, CEO at Danske Bank Asset Management, Mikko Ayub, CEO of Aktia, Henning Mortensen, head of Jyske Capital and Olof Neiglick, head of strategy and support at Swedbank Robur. | Photo: PR/Storebrand, Danske Bank, Aktia, Jyske Bank and Swedbank.

Negative financial markets continued during the third quarter of 2022. Nevertheless, most of the largest Nordic asset managers still reported positive net sales, AMWatch’s quarterly review shows.

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