Danish manager plans to increase real estate exposure tenfold

In the coming years, Formuepleje will increase investments in its real estate portfolio to DKK 25bn (EUR 3.36bn). Moreover, the asset manager is changing its strategy, letting investors invest in a specific property instead of a fund investment.

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Asset manager Formuepleje has been investing in real estate since 2017 and is now planning to take its strategy up a notch, reports Danish financial daily Børsen.

The company's real estate portfolio today totals around DKK 2.5bn (EUR 336m), and the goal is to reach DKK 25bn (EUR 3.36bn) in five to six years.

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