Scandinavian investors make large investments in new infrastructure fund

Scandinavian insurance companies and pension funds have committed more than EUR 215m to a new infrastructure fund, which has made its seed investment in Finland.

Allianz Global Investors Head of Business Development for the Nordics Erik Rosensvärd. | Photo: PR / Allianz Global Investors

Allianz Global Investors has announced the final closure of its European infrastructure strategy, totalling EUR 860m, after nine months of fundraising, according to a press statement released today.

More than a quarter of the raised capital --- equivalent to EUR 215m – has been committed by Scandinavian insurance companies  and pension funds, according to Head of Business Development for the Nordics Erik Rosensvärd.

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