UK based asset manager to continue overhauling alternatives offering, says Head of newly opened Helsinki office

Investors are increasingly prepared to accept expanded exposure to illiquid assets if the corresponding expected returns are high enough in the current market environment, says Schroders Client Director Roope Relander.

Roope Relander is one of Schroder's personifications of its transformation from a long-only AM to a house offering all asset classes. | Photo: PR

Schroders' new office in Helsinki is part of a significant transformation, which aims to turn Schroders from a traditional long-only asset manager to a house offering all asset classes, says Roope Relander, Client Director at Schroders' Helsinki office.

During its transformation, the company will focus especially on growth in alternative investment products and private assets, such as real estate and private equity. Other key focus areas include sustainable assets across all asset classes.

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