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Alecta builds real assets debt platforms

The EUR 92bn pension fund will continue to look at areas where banks are withdrawing, says Alecta’s Head of Fixed Income and Strategy to IPE.

Tony Persson, Alecta’s Head of Fixed Income and Strategy | Photo: PR / Alecta

Sweden's Alecta is building up two platforms through which it can invest directly in Swedish residential lending – as well as infrastructure debt on a European level, reports IPE.

“In the first of these areas we are building an internal platform which we will drive ourselves and regarding infrastructure debt, we are cooperating with another major investor, pooling our resources,” Tony Persson, Alecta’s Head of Fixed Income and Strategy says, adding that Alecta has not yet gone public with the details of these.

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