Hans Fahlin, chief investment officer of AP2, tells Caroline Liinanki about the importance of finding assets that can protect against negative outcomes and why the AP fund’s commodity ban is unfortunate
While impending Solvency II regulation is causing many Nordic players to sweat, SEB Life Division remains calm, writes Caroline Liinanki
While Swedish investors may never lose their love of equities, low interest rates are increasing the interest in diversifying bond portfolios.
The takeover of pharmacy fund Optimalia by Svensk Handel Försäkringar could ease the pain of Solvency II inclusion, writes Caroline Liinanki
What do you see as the main operational risks and how do you deal with them?
AP1's CEO Johan Magnusson on why the fund has taken its custodian BNY Mellon to court
A Mercer report recommends amendments to the Swedish pensions system. Giovanni Legorano investigates
AP4, the SKr196.2bn (€21.3bn) fourth Swedish national pension fund, is set to increase its allocation to alternatives, its chief executive Mats Andersson told nrpn.
Karine Hirn, founding partner of Swedish eastern Europe specialist East Capital, tells Caroline Liinanki about the firm’s plan to expand eastward into China following its acquisition of Asia Growth Investors
PP Pension, Sweden’s pension fund for media employees, continues to strive for stability, writes Caroline Liinanki