Aberdeen Standard Investments sheds light on real estate divestment plans

Aberdeen Standard Investments will sell off its Nordic business for direct real estate investments. However, the largest market - Denmark - is not included, says the country head. A shift from local to pan-European funds is behind the sale.

Aberdeen Standard Investments owns properties in Stockholm and many other cities. | Photo: Colourbox

A real estate portfolio worth around EUR 2.2 billion (DKK 17 billion) - and potentially double this amount - is being sold in what could become one of the year's largest transactions.

British asset manager Aberdeen Standard Investments, which manages assets in Denmark worth around EUR 2.1 billion (DKK 16 billion), wants to sell its portfolios in Norway, Sweden and Finland.

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