Veritas pulls in a 6.6 percent return but expects performance to weaken

Veritas has adopted a somewhat cautious approach as the economic cycle seems to be coming to an end, says Veritas CIO, who will leave the company before the end of the year to join Aktia's asset management operations.
Photo: PR / Veritas
Photo: PR / Veritas

Veritas Pension Insurance’s EUR 3.6bn portfolio pulled in a return of 6.6 percent in the first three quarters of the year. Veritas CIO and Deputy CEO Niina Bergring expects future yields to be relatively low.

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