Finnish manager's new fund turns to Baltics in search for higher yields

Baltic states have had a notably higher GDP growth than Finland, and expected property yields are also clearly higher than in Helsinki, so Baltic property is definitely an investment worth making, says Tommi Santanen, Managing Director of Titanium Fund Management, which this week launched a new fund investing in Baltic real estate. The fund aims to pull in annual return of 7 percent.

Old town in Tallinn, Estonia. | Photo: Pexels: Andrés García.

Finland's Titanium Fund Management will start investing in Baltic real estate through its new investment fund launched earlier this week.

Founding partner and managing director of Titanium Fund Management, Tommi Santanen, tells AMWatch the new fund aims to benefit from the economic growth taking place in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, and target both institutional and retail investors. The fund aims to pull in annual return of 7 percent.

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