Swedish Pensions Agency invests SEK 1bn in real estate firm

The Pension Agency adds new asset class to its traditional portfolio alongside bonds and equities. It also becomes a shareholder together with several Swedish pension funds and foundations.

Photo: PR / Heimstaden

The Swedish Pensions Agency (Pensionsmyndigheten) is investing SEK 1bn in Heimstaden Bostad, a residential property company.

This means the agency becomes a shareholder alongside other Swedish pension and life insurance giants such as Alecta, Folksam as well as pension foundations held by Ericsson and Sandvik, according to a company statement.

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