The Nordic stock markets have given higher returns than the European stock markets and even outperformed the global stock markets by a significant margin.
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Evli Fund Management Company Ltd is a Nordic fund management boutique established in 1989 serving institutional investors.
Evli Fund Management Company Ltd is a Nordic fund management boutique established in in 1989 focusing on institutional investors. Our investment process is systematic and characterized by both quantitative methods and qualitative assessments. Rigorous discipline ensures repeatability of the investment process. Our Funds are actively managed with a long-term perspective. On average, senior portfolio managers have worked at Evli for 10 years and have 20 years’ industry experience.
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1. Entities authorised to participate on the financial markets
2. Large undertakings meeting two of the following three requirements:
3. Countries, regions, national and regional authorities, public bodies that manage public debt, central banks and the European Central Bank, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other similar international and supranational organisations,
4. Institutional investors other than those above whose main activity is to invest in financial instruments, including undertakings dedicated to securitizing of assets or other financial transactions.
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