Swedish fund company expands into real estate funds – plans further growth in 2021

The license which AIFM Group received from the Swedish FSA prior to Christmas to manage real estate funds makes AIFM the first fund company in Sweden that has license to manage all fund types, the company announces.

AIFM Group's Chief Risk Officer Dan Hjörnered (l.), CEO Thomas Dahlin and Deputy CEO Johan Björkholm. | Photo: AIFM Group PR.

Sweden-based asset manager AIFM Group (AIFM) has received an approval for managing real estate funds from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.

The company, which has launched ten new funds this year, intends to start managing a real estate fund during the first half of 2021 and expects to continue the growth of its fund range.

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