Church pension invests in Storebrand's infrastructure vehicle

A church pension fund has invested EUR 70m the Storebrand Infrastructure Fund.

Uppsala Cathedral | Photo: Svenska Kyrkan: Magnus Aronson /Ikon

Kyrkans Pension, the Swedish church's pension company, has invested EUR 70m in the Storebrand Infrastructure Fund.

The fund focuses on assets within energy, logistics, communication, water and waste management and social infrastructure.

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