Post-pandemic healthcare trends will turn, says SEB's new biotech portfolio lead

The life science industry has "pent-up demand" and could see a reversal in some segments' performances as the post-pandemic world starts to normalize, according to Sweden's SEB Investment Management, which has just switched approach to its healthcare and biotech funds after these were surpassed by their benchmarks. The new strategy seeks to better utilize investment opportunities within the sector.

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Some of the prevailing trends in healthcare and biotech funds during the Covid-19 pandemic will reverse as the economy opens up post-pandemic, says Angelica Fatouros, portfolio manager of healthcare and biotechnology funds at SEB Investment Management.

In general, the healthcare sector has been less impacted by the pandemic than many other businesses, Fatouros tells AMWatch in a written comment.

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