Carnegie’s knowledge of Nordic equities is highly valued by global institutional investors. This is according to the annual Institutional Investors All-Europe survey, in which major US and European institutions rank European research houses.
Carnegie’s strategic investment in research capabilities for Nordic equities continues to strengthen its reputation among international investors. The investment bank has retained last year’s top place and is once again ranked as the best provider of Nordic equity research among European research houses.
This was confirmed by the results of the annual All-Europe Research Team survey, conducted on behalf of international business magazine Institutional Investor. The results are based on responses from over 2,200 investors at almost 900 institutions. Together, the institutions manage about 5 trillion US dollars in European securities.
“What we are seeing is that international investors are becoming more interested in the Nordic equity markets. It is therefore gratifying that our strong research capabilities, global reach and Nordic focus are being increasingly recognised in global markets,” says Henric Falkenberg, Head of Securities at Carnegie Investment Bank.
Carnegie currently has around fifty analysts following nearly 350 Nordic companies and their markets. With a well-established international sales organisation, top-ranking analysis and equity execution, Carnegie is well positioned to meet the growing global interest in the Nordic equity markets.
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