Swedish pension company AMF about the Covid-19 crisis: "It's about wintering"

By the end of January, Swedish pension company AMF began reviewing its portfolio due to growing concerns about China. But AMF has kept its 30 long-term Swedish equities. "It's about wintering, and exploiting the opportunities that will arise," says Tomas Flodén, head of asset management at AMF.

Tomas Flodén, Head of Asset Management at AMF. | Photo: PR

Swedish pension company AMF -- manager of collective pension schemes for four million people -- began reviewing its portfolio at the end of January when major production disruptions in China were ahead.

"Since then, we have been working actively with the portfolio, especially with the more liquid parts and with foreign equities, interest rates and currencies. After all, we can make quite large changes in a short time," says Tomas Flodén, head of AMF asset management, in an interview with Swedish business daily Dagens Industri.

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