Denmark's Realdania, which aims to hand out grants of between DKK 500 million and DKK 600 million (EUR 67-80 million) for property-linked projects every year, is aiming to lower the volatility of the investments designed to produce enough in return to continue its philanthropic work.
An increase in alternative investments is part of the solution the organization's investment team has come up with.
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