Carnegie launches infrastructure fund to capture paradigm shift

There is a global need for more infrastructure investments and the companies in the sector are inflation protected, non-cyclical and have stable cash flows. This is good for funds investing in the sector, Carnegie Fonder says.

Carnegie Fonder's portfolio manager Mikael Tarnawski-Berlin & sustainability analyst David Östman | Photo: PR / Carnegie Fonder

Swedish fund manager Carnegie Fonder has launched the fund Carnegie Listed Infrastructure. The goal is to invest in listed companies within the infrastructure space, focusing on all areas, like social infrastructure, transport, communication along with water and energy.

The fund also has a sustainability focus and has an Article 9 classification according to SFDR.

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