ACCESSIBLE ASSETS IN THE NORDICS

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Focused and Dedicated Study on

Accessible Assets in the Nordics

 

Kirstein has spent the summer mapping opportunities for external managers among Nordic institutional investors. This research is based on interviews with more than 100 Nordic institutional investors and is a follow-up on a well-received report of accessible assets across equities, fixed income, and alternatives from last year.

This 2017 bespoke research gives an overview of trends and development among the investors in the Nordic countries including analyses of internal and external management within specific equity, fixed income, and alternative strategies. It also provides you, the asset manager, with insight into the investors' preferences in active and passive management, concentrated portfolios, risk requirements, views on quantiative management, and the use of co-investments.

We offer you this research in combination with a consultancy session with a Kirstein Senior Investment Consultant at the price of EUR 4,000 excluding VAT.

To learn more, please do not hesitate to contact COO Jan Willers.

 

 

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About Kirstein A/S

Kirstein A/S advises asset managers on how to strengthen their business and has consulted some of the largest Danish and international managers through more than a decade. We function as a strategic and operational partner, and our collaboration is customised to the needs of the individual manager. Our consultants are all investment professionals, and working with us means gaining access to direct and personal advice.

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