Swedish AP3’s chief investment officer Erik Valtonen tells Caroline Liinanki about the buffer fund’s new strategies portfolio and how its new allocation model helps take advantage of current market conditions
Three Swedish pension institutions, Alecta, AI Pension and the Swedish Church’s pension fund, have teamed up to create a joint property investment company.
Nordic pension funds are starting to implement exchange traded funds in their investment portfolios to gain tactical exposure to markets, writes Nick Reeve
In a bid to battle the threat of climate change, the Church of Sweden has revised its investment guidelines and restricted its investments in companies extracting fossil fuels. Caroline Liinanki finds out more
The SKr335bn (€34.5bn) Swedish AMF Pension is looking to make its first foray into foreign real estate, though its head of property Max Hederos emphasised that no investment was imminent.
After a previously poor performance, pensions company KPA has made a marked improvement, writes Caroline Liinanki
Schroders Investment Management is re-establishing its presence in Sweden on the institutional business side following a strong performance over the past two years.
Sweden’s national buffer fund system is under the microscope as the AP funds draw more fire, writes Caroline Liinanki. This time it concerns the number of funds
Sustainable investment initiatives are becoming increasingly common within company business plans, according to surveys of Swedish and Norwegian companies.
After suffering relatively moderate damage in the crisis, SPP adheres to Storebrand’s cautious approach and posts gains, writes Hjalmar Tjan