The goal of Taaleri’s strategy is to increase Taaleri’s assets under management to over EUR 3 billion in 2023.
Growth will be driven by private equity funds focusing on renewable energy and other alternative investments. Taaleri’s vision is to be a Nordic forerunner in alternative investments focusing on sustainability.
We are developing and expanding private equity funds that seek not only economic returns but also measurable benefits for the environment and society. We use our funds to create, among other things, wind and solar power, biofuels and real estate.
In our private equity funds, we aim to significantly increase the average size of funds and our assets under management, which will increase continuing earnings and improve the profitability of the funds. At Garantia Insurance Company Ltd, we will continue to promote a strategy based on a scalable business model, risk pooling and an extensive distribution network.
We are starting a strategic partnership with Aktia, which will open a significant distribution channel for our products. We are strengthening our own sales to major institutional clients and international investors. In addition, we are seeking new international distribution channels.
We will increase the efficiency of our use of capital and distribute to shareholders the capital that the company does not need for growth investments or to fulfil its targets for solvency.
The implementation of Taaleri’s strategy is supported by our deep expertise and extensive experience in private equity funds focusing on alternative investments. The pillars of our strategy are:
Diverse offering in impact and renewables: Unique product offering across multiple asset classes
Integrated way of working: Strong track record in connecting capital, ideas, talent and entrepreneurship
End-to-end expertise: Robust capabilities to develop, build, manage and exit investments
According to Taaleri’s updated dividend policy, the company’s objective is to distribute to shareholders at least 50 percent of the profit for the financial year, and the capital that the company does not need for growth investments or to fulfil its targets for solvency.