AP4 hopes Swedish SPAC will offer more transparency

Sweden's first SPAC will be listed on March 25. National pension fund AP4 hopes it will set a standard for lower costs and higher transparency, at least domestically, Head of Equities Per Colleen tells AMWatch.

Per Colleen, head of equities, AP4 | Photo: PR / AP4/Peter Phillips

When Swedish investment company Bure Equity informed of the plan to launch the country's first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), the firm said it had already secured support from the pensions industry.

Pension insurance company AMF and national pension fund Fjärde AP-fonden (AP4) will together with SEB Fonder och SEB-Stiftelsen be anchor investors.

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