Political sensitivities keep Nordic infrastructure privatisations off-limits. Nevertheless, there is a rich seam of investment potential. Four infrastructure professionals, including Taaleri Energia’s Kai Rintala, share their insight.


“Indeed, the constraining factor in the Nordic infrastructure market is neither a lack of deal flow nor a lack of capital, according to Rintala, but rather the skills to be able to structure these transactions and put that capital to work. I am in a very happy place at the moment in terms of the opportunities coming our way,” he says.   

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