Demographic realities prompt State Pension Fund to rethink its asset allocation

From year 2028 on, State Pension Fund of Finland will have to cover a larger part of the state employees’ pension costs. This will inevitably mean changes within portfolio. CEO Timo Löyttyniemi spoke to AMWatch about the upcoming changes.

The State Pension Fund of Finland (VER) is in the process of revamping its investment strategy to be able to fare with an increase in the net transfers it has to pay annually to the state budget. 

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