Finland's country risk hasn't materialized so far, says Taaleri CEO

Europe’s desire to break away from Russian gas, oil and coal will increase the demand for renewable energy, which will support our private asset management business in the long term, says CEO of Finland’s Taaleri Peter Ramsay.

The increased risk associated with investments in Finland that was feared in the early stages of the war in Ukraine does not seem to have materialized so far, says CEO of Taaleri Peter Ramsay in the company’s interim report.

One indication that Finland’s country risk has not materialized is a transaction made after Q1, where Taaleri Datacenter Ky sold its stake in Ficolo Ltd to a British company, Ramsay notes.

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