University fund prepares for potential market drawdown

"Instead of speculating about how the market could look tomorrow, we prepare our portfolio every day for a strong drop in the markets and this is visible in our asset allocation," says Anders Ekholm, Chief Investment Officer at the University of Helsinki.

Investment team of University of Helsinki: Marko Berg (l.), Minna Kontro, Teresa Platan and Anders Ekholm. | Photo: University of Helsinki PR.

The University of Helsinki's investment team is preparing its portfolio for a potential drawdown in the financial markets, says Chief Investment Officer Anders Ekholm.

Talking to AMWatch about the fund's strategy to protect its assets from a sudden drop in share prices, Ekholm highlights the unpredictability of financial markets.

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