Pension funds should invest more in real estate, argues Prime Office founder

Founder of the real estate investor Prime Office, Mogens Vinther Møller, argues pension funds should invest more in real estate assets and less in equities and bonds. He is mystified why Danish-based pension funds are prepared to invest in Chinese real assets rather than European.

Prime Office holds assets in Hamburg. | Photo: PR.

Pension funds should invest 20-30 percent of their capital in real estate, says Mogens Vinther Møller, who has made real estate investments through his listed company Prime Office since 2005, Danish business news service Børsen reports.

"If 2018 was a test in 'long-term stable returns', most pension fund bosses would fail. It's worrying that pension funds and other investment providers haven't realized sooner that real estate is one of the best investment objects there is," says Vinther Møller.

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