Taaleri announces record result after divesting its WM unit

Finland's Taaleri announces a record result in advancing earnings in the second quarter due to the divestment of wealth management operations. CEO Robin Lindahl says the company's goal is to grow its infrastructure business rapidly in the coming years.

Robin Lindahl.

Finland's Taaleri has recorded an adjusted operating profit of EUR 4.4m, representing 31 percent of income, and net sales of EUR 14.3m for the second quarter of this year.

Assets under management in the company's Private Asset Management segment grew by 27.5 percent to EUR 2.1bn, up from EUR 1.7bn at the end of 2020.

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