Norway’s wealth fund sets anti-corruption expectations
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest at $1trn (€808.8bn), has set out a series of strong anti-corruption measures it expects the 8,985 companies it invests in to have.
Nordic fund selectors look to Asia, GEM over European equities
Demand for European equities is the lowest from Nordic fund selectors as they turn their interest towards Asia and emerging markets, according to Expert Investor.
$1trn Norway wealth fund wants to drop oil and gas stocks
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is proposing to dispose of all its holdings in oil and gas stocks to “make the government’s wealth less vulnerable to a permanent drop in oil and gas prices,” the fund announced in a letter to Norway’s ministry of finance.
BlueBay copies Norway oil fund ESG-policy for new high yield bond fund
BlueBay Asset Management has launched the Global High Yield ESG Bond Fund, incorporating the ESG policy used by Norway’s oil fund.
Hunting for yield in the direct loan space – part 2 of 2
In part two of a video interview, Morten Christensen, investment management director at Aars family office in Oslo, explains why he has a preference to invest in loans issued by large companies.