Pension fund backed real estate debt fund breaks Nordic records

Brunswick Real Estate's Deputy CEO tells Swedish media Realtid that the fund is benefitting from more capital being allocated to alternative financing. Another pension fund recently committed to the fund, joining investors including KLP and Folksam.

Photo: Ints Kalnins/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Brunswick Real Estate Capital, which has EUR 2.8bn invested in properties as well as EUR 2.2bn in real estate debt under management, has broken Nordic records with its latest senior debt property fund, Swedish financial media Realtid writes.

The firm's third lending fund has now surpassed SEK 13.4bn (EUR 1.3bn) in capital commitments, with investors including Norwegian pension fund KLP and Swedish life insurer Folksam, and is one of the largest of its kind in Europe.

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