Norway Pension makes first German investment, at ¤784m with AXA
11 October 2012, 08:41 AM
Norway's giant Pension Fund has made its first ever allocation to Germany, acquiring a ¤784m portfolio of two buildings in a co-investment joint venture with Paris-based investment manager AXA Real Estate. Seller was Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland.
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