Nordic real estate investor launches company with Swedish insurance giant

Länsförsäkringar joins real estate investor Brunswick in launching property firm with goal to build up an EUR 500m portfolio within three years.

Patrik Andersson, CEO, Brunswick Real Estate | Photo: PR / Linkedin

Real estate investor Brunswick is launching a new property company called Bohild with life insurance company Länsförsäkringar Liv and its unit-linked subsidiary Länsförskringar Fondliv as co-investors.

Bohild will be a long-term property owner focusing on residential and community service properties. The firm has already completed two acquisitions involving a total of 157 apartments. Another key focus for Bohild is to improve the existing properties, rather than building new ones, and to do so sustainably through various energy efficiency solutions that are aimed at reducing the properties' CO2 footprints.

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