268 million reasons for Nordic investors to prioritize Indonesia, argues JOM Fund Management

Indonesia is an overlooked investment universe by Nordic institutions as its demographics offers unique investment opportunities. The main risk when you invest in the world's fourth most populous country is political, notes JOM Fund Management's partner as the country is heading towards polls on 17 April on simultaneous presidential and parliamentary elections.

Juuso Mykkänen is partner and portfolio manager at JOM Fund Manager | Photo: PR

Indonesia's population growth and young demographics offer attractive investment opportunities in the country's infrastructure, banking and consumer sectors, says Juuso Mykkänen, partner and portfolio manager at JOM Fund Management.

The Helsinki-based boutique fund house JOM has two funds investing in Asia, with an asset volume of some EUR 46m. The firm's larger fund invests directly into listed midcaps mainly in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Vietnam and the Philippines.

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