C WorldWide Asset Management Fondsmaeglerselskab A/S is a focused and independent asset manager. Our objective is to deliver consistent, long term asset growth for our clients through active investments in listed equities on global stock exchanges.
Clients are mainly institutional investors and external distribution channels. The product range includes discretionary asset management services and mutual fund products.
The combination of a unique investment philosophy based on careful stock-picking and long-term global trends coupled with a stable team of experienced portfolio managers, has since 1986 resulted in world-class investment results.
As an active investor, we aim to do our share towards steering social developments in a more sustainable direction, both at the local and the global level. Our clients trust their investments to us, and taking responsibility is crucial for the value we generate for our external partnerships, a healthy working life and social responsibility. These are the three pillars of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy.
Furthermore, we have taken steps to support selected UN Sustainable Development Goals. We do this as part of our contribution towards a more sustainable future, and going forward to 2030, we will be working towards a more sustainable development for people and our planet.
To explore how we work with Corporate Social Responsibility, please see the following brochure:
C WorldWide Asset Management started out under the name Carnegie Asset Management in 1986 as part of the Carnegie Group.
In February 2009 the private equity company Altor and the investment company Bure acquired Carnegie Asset Management as part of the Carnegie Group. At the end of 2009 Carnegie Asset Management was separated from the Carnegie Group. Carnegie Asset Management was then fully owned by Altor Fund III (65%) and Bure Equities AB (35%).
At the end of 2010 employees bought approximately 20% of the shares in Carnegie Asset Management. In the spring of 2012 Bure Equity AB sold their shares to Altor Fund III, which now owns approximately 80% of the shares in Carnegie Asset Management.
In March 2017 Carnegie Asset Management changed its name to C WorldWide Asset Management in order to crystalize its global identity and independence.