Alecta boosts exposure to US health-care and life science real estate – also eyes potential targets in Europe

Swedish pensions giant Alecta is interested in investing in health care and life sciences real estate in Europe too, says its Head of International Real Assets Frans Heijbel. It is however important to find both scalability and properties of the right quality, as well as the right partner to work with, he adds.

Frans Heijbel, Head of International Real Assets at Alecta. | Photo: Alecta PR.

Swedish pensions company Alecta has a new investment in US health-care and life sciences real estate in the making, and has invested USD 780m in the sector in the US over the past twelve months.

The company managing assets worth USD 110bn aims to expand its investments within real assets to 20 percent of all assets under management within a five-year period, it says in a statement.

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