Infranode CIO: "Unlimited interest" in sustainable infrastructure

Despite the complexity of the asset class, Infranode has more investments in the works than ever. An office in Copenhagen is also in the company's near future, co-founder and CIO Philip Ajina tells AMWatch shortly after the firm's final closure of its second fund.

Philip Ajina, Infranode | Photo: PR / Infranode

Nordic infrastructure manager Infranode announced the final close of its second fund yesterday, drawing in 19 major investors and exceeding its EUR 1bn target. The fund closed with EUR 1.2bn in commitments and is twice the size of the manager’s previous investment vehicle.

Infranode's client list counts some of the largest institutions in the Nordics: Swedish pension fund AP4, insurance company Folksam and pension subsidiary KPA, Storebrand, Finnish mutual pension insurer Keva and Ikea’s IMAS Foundation.

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