Axa's Nordic buying spree – Denmark is the next target

Having invested DKK 2.2 billion (EUR 295 million) in the Nordics last year, real estate firm Axa is about to boost its Danish assets which currently consist of a property on a Copenhagen shopping street. The company's Nordic manager tells EjendomsWatch about the kind of properties and locations Axa is after.

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Axa IM Real Assets -- an international private equity firm headquartered in Paris -- manages more than DKK 550 billion of assets, including Frederiksberggade 1 in Copenhagen, a property the real estate unit of the AXA Group bought in 2016 for DKK 320 million.

Fredrik Söderlund, Axa IM Real Assets' head of asset management and transactions in the Nordic countries, tells EjendomsWatch about his firm's Nordic expansion plans in an interview at the annual real estate and investor exhibition MIPIM in Cannes.

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