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Sweden's Alecta aims for 40 percent real estate assets boost

Already a major property investor, Sweden's largest pension company Alecta has no plans to rein in its ambitions. Chief executive Magnus Billing tells AMWatch sister-site EjendomsWatch which Nordic countries show potential, and why foreign real estate is better bought through funds and partners than.

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Swedish pension fund proposes raising pensions awareness in parliament

Sweden's AP3 has come up with an idea that it says would let more Swedes know about their pension system. The government’s annual evaluation of the state pension buffer funds could be elevated into a public hearing about the whole system in the country’s parliament, the Riksdag, it says.

Lawyers call for Danish real estate bond comeback

The much-criticized financing concept that has been been left unexploited in Denmark since the financial crisis, has benefits that investors in Norway and Sweden can easily spot, says law firm Bech Bruun.

ATP venture fund VIA ranks second in Europe for equity returns

Sky-high returns on its investment in Nets have pushed the Danish-based equity fund VIA Equity to second place in a new Preqin ranking. Both in Europe and globally, the ATP and PFA-backed fund has a strong position in terms of returns thanks to a conservative investment strategy, the CEO says.

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