Global asset manager eyes growth opportunities in Nordic capital

Housing, logistics and offices in Copenhagen are central to Schroders's growth in Denmark. The investment manager has expertise in the hospitality industry but there are too many actors in the Danish capital.

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The British asset manager Schroders eyes growth opportunities in the Danish real estate market. However, it won't be in the hotel industry, where the company is otherwise strongly represented abroad, Global Head of Real Estate at Schroders Sophie van Oosterom says in an interview with AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch.

"I've heard that 25 percent more hotels have appeared in Copenhagen over the past three years, which isn't exactly what we're interested in. Typically, we would look to markets with a limited the supply, and this is the case for many other large European cities," van Oosterom says.

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