Nordic investors become increasingly sceptic about investing in care home chains

Enter Fonder sold its equities in Attendo after shortcomings were revealed in some of the care homes belonging to the chain in Finland, says the company's equity fund manager Catrin Jansson.

Catrin Jansson, equity fund manager at Enter Fonder | Photo: PR

One and half months after the so-called nursing home scandal erupted in Finland, institutional investors in the region are revising their position on care sector investments. Some actors in the market are now more determined than before that investing in care sector companies is not their cup of tea.

Finnish nursing home scandal deals blow to Attendo shares 

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