PensionDanmark's head of real estate wants to invest in care homes and logistics

Denmark’s fifth-largest pension company is focusing on the development of entire urban areas, and that gives them the freedom to choose what they invest in, says senior vice president Marius Møller.

PensionDanmark's Senior Vice President, Real Estate, Marius Møller. | Photo: PR/PensionDanmark

The biggest current challenges for real estate investments are big price increases and supply problems, which can affect robustness, says PensionDanmark’s senior vice president for real estate, Marius Møller, in an interview with Danish financial daily Børsen.

”PensionDanmark owns 750,000 square meters of land -- construction sites in a number of urban areas, where we can chose to invest in the real estate that generates most value. That gives us the freedom to chose the best investments, and makes us robust. In five years, the number of care homes in the portfolio will have increased, but we will also have more investments in logistics. The goal is that real estate makes up 10% of our total investments, and as these increase every year, this means that we will continue to invest DKK 3-4bn (USD 403-538m) a year in real estate,” he says.

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