Pension fund puts DKK 4 billion property portfolio out to tender

Pensam is apparently terminating its collaboration with Deas, writes Inside Business, citing tender documents.
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Torben Christensen
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Torben Christensen

Pensam puts its property portfolio, worth around DKK 4 billion (about EUR 536 million), out to tender and in doing so, the Danish pension fund seems to be terminate its long-term cooperation Deas ­ which is owned by private equity fund Montagu, according to news service Inside Business, citing tender documents in its possession.

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