09.30.2016

Trevian Establishes a New Fund Management Company

Trevian – On the 30th of September 2016, Trevian has agreed with Kari Kolu and Amos Janhunen to set up a new company with the aim to manage non-UCITS real estate investment funds and apply for a license for this purpose.

“We are very excited about this new business area and happy to be able to collaborate with one of the Finnish pioneers in non-UCITS real estate business”, comments CEO of Trevian Asset Management, Reima Södervall.

“The knowledge and resources that Trevian has in real estate asset management are one of the best in Finland and of this reason I see a huge potential in this collaboration”, says Kari Kolu.

 

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