State Pension Fund beefs up exposure to illiquid infrastructure

CEO of Finland's State Pension Fund Timo Löyttyniemi is mildly optimistic about 2021 market performance and believes that if Covid-19 is beaten next year, the recovery can gradually become stronger. "But this is likely to take place over two years – in 2021 as well as 2022," he says.

Timo Löyttyniemi, CEO, State Pension Fund of Finland (VER). | Photo: PR / VER

Finland's State Pension Fund (VER) is in the process of beefing up its exposure to illiquid infrastructure investments, says the EUR 19.8bn fund's CEO Timo Löyttyniemi.

The fund is also placing additional focus on sustainable investments, he adds.

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