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NordicInvestor roundtable – diversifying private debt portfolios

Allocators and asset managers from Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands discussed geographic diversification, market timing and distressed opportunities, credit ratings, defaults and workouts, sizes of corporate borrowers and consumer versus corporate risk. Most allocators’ existing exposure to private debt is well below their targets and there is plenty of capital to deploy.

Nordic investor report: Alternative credit in the new economic climate

Over the past year we have interviewed allocators who specialise in alternative and private credit across the Nordics. This report highlights how Nordic investors and allocators are adapting to a new environment of raising rates, sticky inflation and possible recession and how it is effecting their strategies and allocations to alternative credit......

Gard: Adding to private debt and EM debt, reducing high yield

Thor Abrahamsen, Senior Investment Risk Analyst, spoke to us about new and growing allocations to private credit managers and some changes on the liquid credit side. On a new reality of higher inflation and interest rates, he notes that investing just got interesting again........

Erik Penser Bank: Championing Tactical Asset Allocation

Head of Asset Management, Jonas Thulin, called a trough in equities in June 2022 and turned bullish. Now he is looking forward to less uncertain markets in 2023, with lower inflation and interest rates boosting risk assets.... ........

2022 Nordic ESG Report – A green tidal wave?

Over the past year we have interviewed CIO´s and Heads of ESG from over 35 Nordic asset owners. This in-depth report will give you insights to how they are investing and how they are approaching key challenges......

Arion Bank growing direct lending beyond Iceland

Senior Portfolio Manager, Halldór Gretarsson and Head of Institutional Asset Management, Hjorleifur Waagfjord, talks to us about substantial growth in the foreign alternatives portfolio and how the aim is to double allocations still....