Norway’s new Covid-19 bond fund makes first investments

Norway has restored its rescue bond fund from the financial crisis by providing NOK 50 billion to help Norwegian companies amid the Covid-19-crisis. The fund made its first investments shortly after state asset manager Folketrygdfondet took over responsibility for the restored fund.

Kjetil Houg, Folketrygdfondet’s chief executive officer. | Photo: PR/Folketrygdfondet

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