Storebrand Asset Management plans a Nordic real estate fund and expansion into infrastructure

The new Luxembourg-based Nordic real estate fund will initially focus on Storebrand’s existing investments in Norway and Sweden, but investments in Denmark and Finland may be added to the portfolio later, says the company’s Head of Asset Management.

Storebrand Asset Management CEO Jan Erik Saugestad | Photo: Storebrand

Norway’s largest private asset manager Storebrand is expanding its alternatives portfolio and plans to launch a Nordic real estate fund in Luxembourg later this year, says Head of Asset Management, Jan Erik Saugestad.

Speaking to AMWatch, Saugestad notes there are currently two strong trends in asset management -- the flow of capital into alternative asset classes and into sustainable solutions.  

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