AMF looks to support more companies at an early stage

Despite sound H1 performance, dark clouds of an escalating trade war, Brexit and other turmoil continue to loom on the horizon, AMF CEO states.

Photo: AMF Fotograf/Källa: Petter Karlberg

Swedish pension fund AMF is keen to invest more in companies at an earlier stage.

AMF's investments pulled in a sound return of 8.1 percent over the first half of 2019. Assets under management at AMF Funds reached EUR 13.3bn, and assets at AMF Holding reached EUR 61.5bn. 

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