Many Danish pension investors' plans for their global investments to differ from those at ATP Real Estate, which has worked towards selling its global property portfolio since last autumn, as reported by EjendomsWatch last week.
One of these other investors is PFA, whose real estate director Michael Bruhn has previously voiced the idea of buying more global property than PFA already has. There's nothing new under the sun in that regard, the director says.
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