Evli's global infrastructure fund lures in domestic institutions in last closing

The relatively new fund has already made investment commitments to five infrastructure funds that invest in different types of infrastructure projects both in Europe and globally.

Richard Wanamo, Portfolio Manager of the Evli Infrastructure Fund | Photo: PR / Evli

Evli's new global infrastructure fund, Evli Infrastructure Fund I Ky, raised a total of EUR 154.7m in its last closing in May 2021, the Finnish asset manager announces in a press statement.

The fund was launched during the spring of 2020, and its investor base counts institutional investors, such as pension funds, foundations and unions and high-net-worth individuals.

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