Niam acquires Brunswick Real Estate Capital

Northern European fund manager within the real estate sector Niam has acquired Brunswick Real Estate’s debt business, which is a big player on the Nordic alternative credit market.

Pontus Sundin (l) will lead newly established firm Niam Credit. Jennifer Andersson (r) is managing partner at Niam. | Photo: Brunswick Real Estate Capital og Niam

Niam, which is one of Northern Europe’s leading fund managers focusing on real estate and infrastructure investments, has acquired Brunswick Real Estate Capital, which manages assets of SEK 25bn (EUR 2.3bn), a Niam press release states.

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