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Foreign asset managers open more offices in "attractive" Nordics

The rivalry between global asset managers in the Nordics is gradually sharpening, increasing the need for firms in the race to set up a physical presence locally. AMWatch quizzes the Nordic heads of major firms from Canada, US and Germany to discover the reasons behind the trend.

Some of the world's largest asset managers, measured by AuM, are increasing their physical presence in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. | Photo: Colourbox

Pinebridge sets up in Helsinki after Nordic growth, BNP Parisbas investing signicantly in Afred Berg Norway and Sweden and How Schroders plan to grow its Nordic business.

These are just some of AMWatch's headlines in the past year or so about foreign asset managers looking to capture the business potential of the Nordic region.

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