Institutional investors avoid complicated investments amid corona crisis

Strategic investment advisor Kirstein has interviewed 55 Nordic investors about their views of and reactions to the corona crisis.

Jesper Kirstein, CEO of Copenhagen-based investment strategic advisory firm Kirstein. | Photo: PR/Kirstein

So far, institutional investors have navigated through the turbulence of the corona-riddled financial markets without making significant changes in their asset allocation.

That being said, there is one strategy investors remember from the financial crisis that is playing a big role in dealing with corona, says Jesper Kirstein from Copenhagen-based investment strategic advisory firm Kirstein.

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