Storebrand: Investors turn to our alternatives for inflation hedge and green impact

Raising interest rates won't alter Storebrand's view of the attractiveness of Nordic real estate. "You can argue that real estate is a hedge against inflation. The same argument goes for infrastructure, where you often have partial inflation protection," says AM unit's CEO.

Jan Erik Saugestad, CEO of Storebrand Asset Management. | Photo: PR Storebrand: Lise Eide Risanger.

Storebrand Asset Management is in the process of developing its Nordic real estate fund and infrastructure investments offering.

"Infrastructure is an area where we see great potential to provide our clients with stable returns and sustainable impact. It is a very attractive and sought-after investment vehicle," says the company's CEO Jan Erik Saugestad says without disclosing further details.

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