Nordic fund managers behind global asset manager's new European real estate bet

Aberdeen Standard Investments has launched an European real estate fund that plans to invest in the Nordics and other Western European markets.

This is a generic photo. The new fund will invest in real estate in Western European markets with a focus on Germany, France, Benelux and the Nordics. The fund will, however, not invest in the UK market. | Photo: Dado Ruvic/REUTERS / X02714

Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has launched its European Long Income Real Estate Fund. The first close was held on October 31, 2019 with more than EUR 100m in committed equity from six institutional investors located in six different countries, the company writes in a statement.

Structured as an open-ended vehicle, the fund is expected to grow considerably in size over time.

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