RealDania sets aside EUR 67m for impact investments, has already found targets

The philanthropic foundation will invest in equity funds promoting UN sustainable development goals and technology funds, adding them to a string of impact "mission-targeting" investments, which the association hopes will make up five percent of its total commercial investment portfolio in 2026.

Kenneth Lilleland Winther, CIO at RealDania | Photo: Claus Bjørn Larsen / Realdania

Philanthropic investor Real Dania, which has DKK 25bn (EUR 3.4bn) under management, is setting aside DKK 500m (EUR 67m) for its "mission-targeting" investments, which support sustainability in construction, according to Danish financial daily Børsen.

The foundation, which has around 170,000 members and has invested more than DKK 20bn (EUR 2.7bn) in 4,300 projects in Denmark since the year 2000, uses its mission-targeting investments to further specific goals such as improving energy optimization in real estate and supporting the development of technology for the construction industry – as well as generating returns.

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