PensionDanmark, the DKr100bn (€13.4bn) pensions company, has completed a renewable energy deal that could change how pension funds invest in the sector.
The Danish government’s plans to provide small and medium-sized enterprises with a strategy for growth has been met with caution. Anne-Louise Fogtmann investigates
Sweden’s First National Pension Fund looks to segregated accounts as a way of managing hedge fund risk. Caroline Liinanki and Maryrose Fison investigate
VER, the Finnish State Pension Fund, has made its first investment in renewable energy, but concern about the future of state guarantees may reduce interest among Nordic funds. Caroline Liinanki finds out more
Dasos Capital is expecting two new Finnish pension institutions to start investing in its timberland fund in the coming months.
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 manager of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global is unlikely to start buying property this year, but will the delay be costly? James Redgrave investigates
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 looking to further increase their allocation to alternative assets as investor confidence in the sector flourishes.
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.