The new Swedish Fund Selection Agency has officially started operations and the minister of Social Security, Ardalan Shekarabi, has performed an inauguration at the agency’s new head office in southern Stockholm this week.
Farmland has performed well in an otherwise horrendous year for risky assets. Institutional investors generally search for uncorrelated return streams, potential green benefits and inflation hedges, and while the asset class ticks these boxes, it also comes with significant risks.
PFA’s real estate department is changing its strategy in expectation of more interest rate increases and recession, says the head of Nordic real estate, while three projects are being paused as ”it didn’t make sense to keep going.”
New opportunities to allocate more to riskier assets mean changes are being made at ATP. A restructuring of the central IT system has been the toughest nut to crack in the restructuring, which has been described as the most comprehensive change in the pension giant’s 60-year history.