Europa Capital divests office portfolio – Schroders enters Danish real estate market

The asset manager divests the portfolio in a partnership with Danish company Keystone. The parties have owned the properties since 2016 but have decided to sell them to a new investor in the Danish real estate market.

One of the office properties in the Valby portfolio. | Photo: PR/Europa Capital.

Asset managers British Europa Capital and Danish Keystone Investment Management sell a portfolio comprising six office buildings in Copenhagen's Valby district.

The portfolio, which was part of Europa Capital's value add fund Europa Fund V, has been sold to the real estate arm of UK-based asset manager Schroders, Schroder Real Estate. The financial terms of the transaction are confidential, Europa Capital writes in a press release.

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