Storebrand pushes into Denmark with five equity funds

Jonathan Boyd
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Storebrand Asset Management is launching itself into the Danish market with five equity funds highlighting sustainable, index and multifactor strategy approaches. The launch marks a return of sorts, as the Storebrand Group can trace its roots to Denmark in 1767. More recently its business focus has been on Norway and Sweden. Distribution of the funds will be handled by Skagen Funds Denmark. Skagen Funds, headquartered in Stavanger was acquired by the Lysaker headquartered Storebrand Group in 2017. Along with Storebrand Funds, Delphi Funds and SPP Funds, it constitutes the multiboutique m...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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