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Alecta takes on exposure to natural disaster risks

Swedish pensions company Alecta has partnered with Swiss Re Insurance-Linked Investment Management to invest in its fund platform.

Tony Persson, Head of Fixed Income and Strategy at Alecta. | Photo: PR / Alecta

Sweden's Alecta has partnered with Swiss Re Insurance-Linked Investment Management (SRILIM) to invest USD 250m (EUR 221m) in its 1863 fund platform.

Through the capital-efficient fund format, the private pensions company can participate in Swiss Re's natural catastrophe business and benefit from significant diversification potential as well as Swiss Re's risk knowledge and underwriting expertise.

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