SEB aims to put Sweden on the credit map


They say that the early stages of a love affair are often the most exciting. Although Sweden has flirted with credit markets, the two have not had much of a history. But that is all changing now. Swedish investors have suddenly woken up to the ample returns on offer in the credit markets and are beginning to embrace the asset class with some excitement. At the forefront of the move into credit is SEB Wealth Management, the institutional fund management arm of Sweden’s biggest bank, SEB, and the

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