PE funds lead growth at Taaleri Group

The group will soon kick off the construction of a 34 MW wind farm in Norway, which will generate electricity for 7,000 households. The annual carbon offset for electricity production will be approximately 14,000 tonnes.

Robin Lindahl, CEO of Taaleri Group. | Photo: PR / Taaleri

Assets under management at Taaleri Group’s wealth management business segment grew by 20 percent from EUR 5.6 billion to EUR 6.7 billion over the last year, the group reports.

Over the year, growth was strongest in the company’s private equity funds.

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