Taaleri to expand fund range in three areas: "Markets have adapted to the pandemic"

Markets have already by and large adapted to the realities of the pandemic and it is now possible to make both new investments and relationships with international customers through remote link, says Taaleri Plc CEO Robin Lindahl.

At present, Taaleri is fundraising for its SolarWind II fund, which invests in industrial-scale wind and solar power plants. | Photo: Pexels.

Finland's Taaleri Plc is to expand its fund range in 2021 with new funds in three categories, says the company's CEO Robin Lindahl.

The new funds will be launched within energy, biotechnology and real estate, says Lindahl, who commented on Taaleri's 2021 plans whilst publishing the company's Q4 results yesterday in Helsinki.

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