The Third Swedish National Pension Fund (AP3) has selected Trema Finance KIT as its new investment management system. AP3 manages SKr152bn of the buffer fund capital in the Swedish public pension system. The fund’s mandate from the Swedish parliament is to invest the fund capital in a way that creates maximum benefit for the Swedish pension system. It is ranked in the top 25 European pension funds. Thomas Bergqvist, general manager for northern Europe at Trema, said: ‘We are delighted to have been selected by AP3. We especially appreciate AP3’s commitment to actively participating in future enhancements of Finance KIT.’
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