Henrik Andersson, one of the portfolio managers at Swedish fund firm Didner & Gerge’s SEK 5.5bn (EUR 515m) global equity fund, remembers a dark period in the early 2000s when the IT bubble and the 9/11 attacks led to a financial recession.
A colleague told him he should “count himself lucky” to have experienced major financial crises so early in his career as they would prepare him for the future.
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