Aberdeen Standard Investments to launch new billion-dollar fund based in Denmark

A new Pan-European fund aims to invest in property assets such as hotels. Aberdeen hopes to involve Danish investors in domestic investments, says head of Europe and Nordics to AMWatch's sister site EjendomsWatch. This is Aberdeen’s attempt at a comeback after having lost a billion-dollar portfolio in 2016.

Aberdeen's Danish office in Copenhagen. | Photo: PR.

Scottish Aberdeen Standard Investments' new long-term Pan-European property fund wants to set up shop in Denmark, says Aberdeen Standards Investments head of Europe & Nordics Andrew Creighton and head of transactions in Denmark Jes Rovsing to AMWatch’s sister media, EjendomsWatch. And Aberdeen is pleased to establish a European real estate fund in Denmark.

"We’ve waited a while to do this because our other European products are mainly based in Amsterdam or Frankfurt. So we’re excited that the expertise is found here in Denmark, and hopefully we’ll get some Danish investors on board as well. No doubt we’ll invest close to home, too,” says Andrew Creighton.

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