The Grand Hotel in Stockholm provided a backdrop for the Nordic Investment Outlook conference last week, organized by the Financial Times. One session revolved around ways for institutional investors to find yield with infrastructure investments.
Swedish pension fund AMF Head of Infrastructure Investments Frederik Lundeborg started off by saying that he looks into a project's characteristics and cash flow profile when assessing a potential investment and its risk profile. He added that his team looks to power and renewables, as these fit the pension fund's profile.
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