Norwegian debt advisor: Changed market provides opportunity for international capital

Pangea Debt Advisory sees the ongoing market changes as a window for international players to get Nordic exposure.

Pangea Debt Advisory (l-r): John Stene, Terje A. Pettersen and Ola Aukan Velund | Photo: Pangea

Investors are generally more cautious during times of change. However, there has been good activity on the Norwegian real estate market in 2022 despite geopolitical concerns, increasing interest rates and high inflation levels.

”We are also seeing that international investors like the Nordics as a region, both because it is predictable and because the currency values make both Norway and Sweden attractive markets to invest in at the moment,” says Pangea Debt Advisory Director Terje A. Pettersen, to AMWatch’s Norwegian sister media EiendomsWatch.

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