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Tens of thousands of investors still waiting to get money back from Russia investments

Banks aim to pay investors the first installment of their investments in their Russia funds back by the end of September.

Tanja Eronen, CEO of Nordea Funds Ltd. | Photo: PR/Nordea

Tens of thousands of Finnish investors are still waiting to hear what will happen to their investments in the mutual funds that are registered in Finland but previously invested in Russia, reports MTV based on a Finnish News Agency (STT) story.

Banks aim to pay investors the first installment of their investments in their Russia funds back by the end of September.

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