Nordea Liv wants to make real estate portfolio available to retail clients

2021 was a fine year for the real estate efforts of Nordea Liv. With solid returns and strong growth, the pension firm expects its real estate portfolio to do well in the future.

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Nordea Liv generated a 21.5 percent total return on its real estate portfolio in 2021. Norway CEO Hans-Erik Lind is very pleased with this after a company bet on growth in the real estate portfolio last year.

At the end of 2021, the portfolio had a total value of over NOK 10bn (EUR 1bn), representing an increase of NOK 3bn (EUR 302m) in a year.

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