Johanna Strömsten Friberg joins Niam Infrastructure

Johanna Strömsten Friberg joins Niam Infrastructure Image

Niam Infrastructure has hired Johanna Strömsten Friberg as Associate Director. Johanna has a solid track record with more than seven years of experience from energy, infrastructure and other real asset investments. Johanna joins from Alecta where she was Portfolio Manager for Real Assets.

During her four years at Alecta, Johanna was responsible for building up the infrastructure portfolio, including investments in heat, renewables and telecom. Previously Johanna worked within investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and SEB, as well as within investment management at Schroders. Johanna holds a M.Sc. in Finance from Stockholm School of Economics.

I am very pleased to welcome Johanna to Niam Infrastructure. I have followed Johanna’s progress in the infrastructure market and her experience across multiple infrastructure segments makes her a perfect addition to the team. Her knowledge and drive will help us take our infrastructure platform to the next level.
Sverker Åkerblom, Founding Partner of Niam Infrastructure

“I am really looking forward to the opportunity to build a leading Nordic infrastructure platform together with Niam Infrastructure. Together, the team has solid sector experience and Niam’s long term focus provides the right pre-conditions. Our society is just in the beginning of a major energy transition and to invest in sustainable infrastructure enabling this transition is exciting, important and absolutely necessary.”, says Johanna Strömsten Friberg.

Niam Infrastructure launched its first fund in 2021, focusing on sustainable infrastructure investments in the Nordic region and Northern Europe. The fund targets small to medium-sized investments with a focus on asset aggregation and risk reduction in primarily Nordic sustainable infrastructure. Since its launch, Niam Infrastructure has invested in among other C&I roof-top solar, indoor 5G neutral host networks and ultra-fast EV-charging.