Finnish asset manager to make massive investment push in Denmark

CapMan wants to increase its billion-dollar real estate investments in Denmark, and is scoping out the terrain of possible buyers for shopping centers across the country. ”We are growing very fast,” says a managing partner at the asset manager.

Capman managing partner Torsten Bjerregaard | Photo: PR

CapMan’s real estate activity in Denmark currently totals DKK 7-8bn (EUR 940m-1.1bn), and managing partner Torsten Bjerregaard says the firm ”only intend[s] to acquire more.”

This is despite the fact that the firm has recently divested 13 properties in the country’s capital, Copenhagen.

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