Norway's EUR 1tn fund to seek "high-quality partners" to invest in renewable infrastructure, expecting to increase external equity mandates

The largest money tank in the Nordics has published its 2020-2022 investment strategy. The sovereign wealth fund seeks to beef up internal and external portfolio management teams. 

As part of its 2020-2022 investment strategy published today, the Government Pension Fund Global managed by Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) looks to invest in unlisted renewable energy infrastructure in an aim to improve the overall risk-return characteristics of the gigantic money tank, according to the report.

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