Money, money, money: AMF invests in new ABBA show

Swedish pension fund says "thank you for the music" and pumps SEK 200m (EUR 19.7m) into the company producing a new ABBA show, which hopes to premiere in London next year.

Anders Oscarsson & Tomas Flodén, AMF | Photo: PR / AMF

Fresh off from announcing the merger of its mutual fund and traditional life insurance asset management units, AMF is making a slightly different new investment. The pension company is investing SEK 200m (EUR 19.7m) in a company that is creating a new ABBA show for the London West End.

The company, Goldonder Investors, aims to premiere the new show next year. The production will feature live music, visual effects and new technology, according to a statement from AMF.

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