After tight eye on expenses in H1, OP determined to put new funds' commitments to work

The second quarter of 2021 was really good in terms of financial figures for OP Asset Management, says CEO Tuomas Virtala in an interview. In H2, the company's focus will be on identifying investments for its new funds.

CEO of OP Asset Management Tuomas Virtala. | Photo: PR / OP

After a strong first half year of 2021, Finland's OP Asset Management will focus on routinizing the operations of the two funds it has kicked off earlier this year.

Capital commitments in OP Nordic Microcap and OP Finnish Infrastructure need to be put to work, but new launches are on the drawing table for next year, says CEO of OP AM Tuomas Virtala.

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