Approach to climate puts Scandinavia on asset manager's top 30

A strong economy and ambitious climate goals have moved Stockholm up 17 places to become number 29 on Schroders' top 30 list of the world's best cities to invest in physical assets such as real estate.

Stockholm is the first Scandinavian city to be included in Schroders' top 30 list of the best cities for RE investment. | Photo: PR/Visit Stockholm/Jeppe Wikström

Where should investments in real estate be made to give the best risk-adjusted return?

Asset manager Schroders attempts to answer this question in its yearly top 30 list of the world's best cities for property investments. For the first time, a Scandinavian city has made the list: Not Oslo or Copenhagen, but Stockholm, which has just made the cut at number 29.

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