Realdania searches for uncorrelated hedge funds

As part of a review of its alternatives portfolio, Denmark’s Realdania has so far not found any truly uncorrelated strategies in the hedge fund space but the search continues. Read our story here.

Sweden clamps down on misleading fund names

The Swedish Consumer Agency is expanding its list of forbidden fund names. Hundreds of funds could be forced to change their names as a result. Story here.

Nordea AM foresees tougher and more competitive climate

Several forces will push distributors across Europe to limit the number of asset managers they work with says Nils Bolmstrand, CEO at Nordea Asset Management. Read our interview

Big changes for Swedish premium pension system

FBNW has learnt that up to 300 funds and SEK 300 billion (EUR 30.7 billion) could be affected by upcoming changes at the Swedish premium pension system. Full story here.

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