Although Cromwell Property Group and Dasos Capital's upcoming wooden building fund does not yet have anchor investors, initial signs are encouraging, with a range of institutional investors expressing interest, say Eeva Saravuo and Olli Haltia, Cromwell's new fund manager and CEO of timberland investment advisory Dasos Capital.
"We don't have anchor investors for our upcoming pan-European wooden buildings fund yet, but since we announced the plan earlier in July, the phones have been ringing off the hook," says Saravuo to AMWatch.
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