NATO membership would affect investment decisions, say Finnish pension CIOs

The CIO of Ilmarinen expects Finland’s potential Nato membership to reduce risk premiums, and his counterpart at Veritas believes it will have a positive effect on Finland as an investment target.

Ilmarinen CIO Mikko Mursula (left) and Veritas’ CIO Kari Vatanen. | Photo: PR

Finnish membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) would impact its country risk, says CIO of pensions giant Ilmarinen Mikko Mursula.

Commenting on the issue in domestic financial daily Kauppalehti, the CIO of the EUR 59.1bn company says he believes it will also play a role in investment decisions. Finland is expected to file its application to join the military alliance this week.

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