Polhem Infra adds energy profiles to investment staff

With the recruitment of three asset managers from the energy industry, Polhem Infra is ready to start investing in Swedish infrastructure.

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Polhem Infra, the infrastructure investment arm of Swedish pension funds AP1, AP3 and AP4 established last year, is preparing to start its investment activities. In January, Polhem moved into its new offices, and has now hired three profiles from the energy sector.

In a press release, Polhem Infra says it has supplemented its team with Patrik Nilsson, Peter Dahl and Carl Libb – all of whom have experience from the energy industry.

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