AMF sets sights on more energy and infrastructure assets

The CIO at one of Sweden's biggest pension companies talks to AMWatch about portfolio restructuring, growing unlisted assets, active allocation and why its first SPAC investment was an "interesting new set-up", but also a complement rather than an alternative to other opportunities.

"In the near future we are mostly looking at energy and infrastructure, but we are at the same time looking broadly," says Thomas Flodén, Chief Investment Officer at Swedish pension fund | Photo: PR

AMF is one of the biggest pension companies in Sweden and has been very active recently.

Within a short space of time the SEK 715bn (EUR 70bn) pensions investor became a major shareholder in a Finnish electricity company, announced its place as an anchor investor in the country's first SPAC and also invested in a fast-growing domestic tech company.

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