Pension fund brings EUR 1.3bn portfolio in-house

Velliv is dropping its external real estate manager and is creating its own asset management department as part of a ”strategic development,” says the head of real estate at the firm.

Solveig Rannje, Velliv’s Head of Real Estate | Photo: PR/Velliv

One of Denmark’s largest pension firms, Velliv, is bringing the management of the majority of its real estate portfolio in-house. Deas Asset Management has managed the portfolio for many years.

Velliv’s Head of Real Estate Solveig Rannje explained the reasoning for this to AMWatch’s sister media EjendomsWatch.

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