NAM plans to democratize infrastructure with new listed strategy

Nordea Asset Management aims to enable retail investors to invest in infrastructure that provides a downside protection when market volatility spikes, which has been the case in recent weeks.

Photo: Philip Davali/Philip Davali, Ekstra Bladet

Nordea Asset Management (NAM) recently launched its Global Listed Infrastructure Fund, which is externally managed by US investment firm CBRE Clarion Securities.

As an asset class, infrastructure has traditionally been unavailable to retail investor portfolios as most funds operate in the private market, and are therefore more suitable for investors with massive capital pools, such as large institutional investors.

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