Insurance company earns slightly more on real estate following acquisition and sales

Tryg has seen a minor yield return increase on its real estate investments totaling EUR 268m. Moreover, the company has divested of one property in order to acquire another, Tryg CIO explains to EjendomsWatch.

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During this year's second quarter, Danish insurance company Tryg increased its real estate investment earnings compared to 2018 Q2, according to the most recent mid-year accounts.

2019 Q2 saw real estate income of EUR 3.8m, equivalent to a yield return of 1.2 percent, against EUR 3.2m last year.

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