Infrastructure investors want more alignment through club deals

Investment alliances in infrastructure fill a "market inefficiency gap" and allow investors to take more control over their money, the advisor that helped three Nordic pension funds with their recent quest for a manager tells AMWatch.

Eugene Zhuchenko, Etore Advisory | Photo: PR / Etore Advisory

A slightly different kind of investment took place in the infrastructure space recently when Sweden's AP4, Denmark's Industriens Pension and Norway's KLP and the IKEA-linked IMAS Foundation formed an investment alliance partnership with London-based manager Arjun Infrastructure to invest in low-risk European infrastructure.

That move was different because it bypassed the "classic sequence" of a manager pitching its investments to institutional investors.

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