Sustainability surge: How Sweden's SPP Funds is growing its business

Jonathan Boyd
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SPP Funds, the Swedish fund provider that is part of Norwegian group Storebrand's multi-boutique model, recently reported that AUM increased 33% in 2019 compared to the previous year, as its inflows accounted for some 15% of total net inflows to the Swedish investment fund industry. Total AUM was up some SEK19bn (€1.8bn) through the past year, taking AUM to SEK246bn (€23.2bn) by the year's end. InvestmentEurope recently caught up with Åsa Wallenberg, CEO of SPP Funds and head of Funds at Storebrand Asset Management, to find out more about the objectives of the manager both in its home...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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