Rent cap dulls shine of pension funds' real estate investments

Several pension funds have warned that the rent cap introduced by the Danish government will eat into pension returns. PKA has calculated that the move will cost it DKK 200-300m (EUR 26.9-40.3m) next year.

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The Danish government has increased a rent cap with the support of several non-governing parties.

Now, several pension companies have complained to Danish business daily Børsen that this will negatively affect their returns.

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