We'll be a growing global company, say Aberdeen managers

Scottish-based Aberdeen Standard Investments sees great investment opportunities out there in both infrastructure and real estate. AMWatch's sister site EjendomsWatch met two of the merged company's managers to quiz them about their expectations for the year ahead.

Aberdeen Standard Investments' premises in Copenhagen, a PFA-owned property. | Photo: PR.

The real estate market has been in a bull run for nearly 10 years now, and it seems there are a few more profitable years ahead -- but surging prices and fiercer competition have grouped investors, with some more risk-minded than others.

This was the message when EjendomsWatch met Pertti Vanhanen and Henrik Kruse at Aberdeen Standard Investments and quizzed them about their expectations for 2019.

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