SPP Fonder claims 20% of Swedish net inflows in 2018

Jonathan Boyd
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Data published by SPP Fonder, the Swedish manager that is part of the Norwegian Storebrand group, suggest it took 20% of net inflows to funds in Sweden through 2018, equivalent to some SEK11bn. Overall AUM rose by 4% by year's end compared to the year earlier, to SEK184bn (€17.9bn), it reported. Reasons cited for being able to attract new money include the investor shift towards funds that sit closer to indices, the focus on sustainability critiera that SPP has, and low fees, according to chief executive Åsa Wallenberg, who is also head of Funds at Storebrand Asset Management - who ci...

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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.