S-Bank records AUM growth in Q3 - maintains growth targets

Market conditions have been hard, but net subscriptions to S-Bank’s funds have remained positive this year, says S-Bank’s CFO Mika Heikkilä.

Mika Heikkilä (l.), CFO and Iikka Kuosa (r.), SVP, Products & IT at Finland's S-Bank. | Photo: PR S-Bank.

Over the first three quarters of this year, assets under management at Finland’s S-Bank declined to EUR 7.05bn from EUR 7.69bn at the end of 2021. However, in the third quarter, the company added EUR 0.07bn to its assets under management.

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