Oslo-based KLP plans EUR 670 million property buy in Copenhagen

Things are moving quickly in Copenhagen for major Norwegian real estate investor KLP. On the very day the Oslo-based pension provider launches a new property build in the Danish capital, its head of RE tells AMWatch's sister site EjendomsWatch of plans to acquire even more property in Copenhagen.

"Good morning and welcome."

Barely has Søren Risager-Hansen, CEO of Norwegian pension provider KLP in Denmark, uttered his first words than around 50 children start screaming.

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