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Carnegie comes in first in Institutional Investor survey

Carnegie is the best in research capabilities for Nordic equities in the Nordic region in the annual Institutional Investors All-Europe 2017 survey.

Want to buy Nordic equities with a Nordic-based investment team?  Well, if you ask the magazine Institutional Investor where to shop, they would probably point to Henrik Falkenberg and his team in Carnegie.

Henrik Falkenberg, who is head of Securities at Carnegie IB, and his team just got picked as the leading team in the Nordic region when it comes to selecting Nordic equities.

It is the international business magazine "Institutional Investor" which conducts the All Europe survey annually. Responses are collected from over 2,000 investors at almost 900 institutions. Institutions, that manage approximately USD 6 trillion in European securities in total.

"We have consistently invested in a high level of service and broad equity coverage for a considerable period of time, in order to deliver professional research to institutional investors in the global market. Pleasingly, this commitment has borne fruit and, with increased interest in investing in the Nordic equity markets, Carnegie is now playing an increasingly clear role among international investors," says Falkenberg, Head of Securities at Carnegie Investment Bank to FWAM.

Carnegie also came in first in 2016 but before that we have to go back to 2008 to find Carnegie at the top of the list.

Second and third place went to ABG and SEB respectively.

Runners up were Danske, SHB, and DnB

 

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