Arjun Infrastructure: Nordic infra investors now look outside of home region

As domestic assets grow scarce, Nordic investors look abroad in the hunt for diversification, Arjun Infrastructure's Francois Bornens tells AMWatch. Arjun recently partnered up with a Nordic institutional quartet to do just that.

Francois Bornens, partner at Arjun Infrastructure | Photo: PR / Arjun Infrastructure Partners

Infrastructure awareness amongst pension plans and insurance companies has increased significantly over the last decade, not least in the Nordic region.

Infrastructure specialists in the funds are now the norm, and the approval process for investments has improved, Arjun Infrastructure's Partner Francois Bornens tells AMWatch in an interview.

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