SPP, the Swedish manager that is part of Norwegian insurance group Storebrand, has warned in its latest monthly note that the rates policy being pursued by the ECB poses a longer term threat to a sustainable balance between credit demand and supply in Europe’s open and export orientated economies such as Sweden and Norway. The […]
“It is about putting in place building bricks. We need to access the best bricks, so unlike some competitors we will bring in competitor funds and take out internal funds.” So says Helena Jendelid, who leads selection of funds at Stockholm headquartered SPP, the business that started in 1917, when it was established as Sveriges […]
SPP has announced it is merging the Aktiefond Sverige Aktiv with the Aktiefond Sverige by 21 March, which will affect investors using the PPM platform in Sweden
SPP, the Swedish savings and insurance business that is part of the Norwegian Storebrand group, says it has found a fall in the number of Swedish retail investors committed to sustainable investments over the past year.
SPP, Norwegian insurer Storebrand’s Swedish asset management business, has launched a corporate bond fund that will invest only in companies with high credit ratings and that are based in the Nordic region.
Swedish manager SPP Fonder is merging its SPP EMU Blandfond and SPP Aktiefond Europa on 30 November.
Helena Jendelid, head of Unit-Linked Insurance at SPP, the Swedish business of Norwegian insurer Storebrand, has talked about the process used to select funds on behalf of customers (in Swedish).
Swedish equities are clearly preferred to broader European equities, according to the latest research by Svenskt Fondexpertindex (SFEI) into the thoughts of fund professionals actively managing some SEK340bn (€39bn) in assets.
Jan Tore Bergh, responsible for external manager selection at Storebrand Investments, predominantly in the area of private equity and hedge, talks about his role.