PFA ready to invest DKK 17 billion outside Denmark

The Danish pension provider PFA will invest up to DKK 17 billion in international real estate between now and 2022. The plan means the pension provider's total real estate investments will grow to between DKK 65 and 70 billion.

PFA is about to plough more capital into international real estate investments.

The pension provider is ready to invest around DKK 17 billion ( EUR 2.3 billion) between now and 2022 in real estate outside Denmark's borders. The new investments will bring PFA's total real estate investments up to between DKK 65 and 70 billion from the current DKK 53 billion, according to the Danish financial news service Finans.

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