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Sparinvest celebrates the 2024 Lipper Fund Awards

On 5 March 2024 in London, the Lipper Europe Fund Awards Ceremony celebrated the winning funds and fund management firms for their consistently strong risk-adjusted performance in Europe.


Sparinvest took home the following awards:

  • LSEG Lipper Fund Awards Winner Europe 2024, Best Overall Large Fund Family Group Over Three Years
  • LSEG Lipper Fund Awards Winner Europe 2024, Best Equity Large Fund Family Group Over Three Years



 “We are very proud of our investment teams, and the fact that we once again are recognised for delivering what we aim to deliver, namely long-term results for our clients. And the Lipper Fund Awards are a fantastic way to highlight this. The long cooperation with our clients is another”, said Mikkel Strørup, Regional Director of Sparinvest.

“Sparinvest continuously remains committed to deliver. I am thrilled for what the Sparinvest team has achieved over these past years”, said Dirk Schulze, Head of Sparinvest S.A. in Luxembourg, and Chairman of its Management Committee.

“The independent recognition of consistent performance at an international level through these prestigious 2024 Lipper Fund Awards is a manifest of Sparinvest’s strong foothold for further and future growth,” Dirk Schulze added.

Sparinvest S.A. has been operating in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg since 2001, handling the international aspects of the Group. Luxembourg was chosen for its global cross-border funds distribution expertise and for being an international investment funds centre.

The Sparinvest Group consists of the Luxembourg-based parent company Sparinvest Holdings SE and its wholly owned subsidiaries Sparinvest S.A. in Luxembourg and the Danish branch ID-Sparinvest, branch of Sparinvest S.A., Luxembourg. To read more about Sparinvest, go to www.sparinvest.lu.

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