Keva and Ilmarinen tag investment trends

Finnish Keva and Danish AP Pension's joint hotel project in Copenhagen approaches its final stages. Keva CIO believes Finnish infrastructure projects lack speed and flexibility, and institutional investors could offer just that.
Keva's CIO Ari Huotari | Photo: PR
Keva's CIO Ari Huotari | Photo: PR

Infrastructure, real estate and sustainable investments are the future investment trends in Finland, claim local government and church pension institution Keva and Ilmarinen mutual pensions.

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