Denmark's PFA slashes property fund costs by taking direct approach abroad

With real estate returns under pressure, the Danish pension fund plans to eschew costly intermediary funds and make more direct investments abroad. A large investment deal is already in the pipeline in Asia, PFA's CFO tells EjendomsWatch, AM's sister site, in an interview.

If you are a big investor within your sector, you should take advantage of it.

This is the logic behind PFA's decision to get rid of intermediaries -- the funds it uses to make property investments.

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