Major Finnish funds cut equities as economic slowdown looms

In expectation of an economic slowdown, several pension investors in Finland have reduced their exposure to listed equities over the second quarter of this year.

Ilmarinen CIO Mikko Mursula (left), Varma CIO Reima Rytsöl (right) and Veritas CIO Niina Bergring (below) | Photo: PR / Ilmarinen, Junnu Lusa, PR / ELO

Finnish pension investors increasingly prepare their portfolios for the event of an economic slowdown.

Finnish pension insurance company Varma CIO Reima Rytsölä, explains to AMWatch that his company, managing a total of EUR 46.54bn, has slightly decreased the weight of listed equities during the second quarter of this year.

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