Nordic real estate investor Slättö strengthens position by welcoming Lærernes Pension as a new investor, committing SEK 600m

Slättö welcomes the Danish pension fund Lærernes Pension as a new investor, committing SEK 600m to a Slättö fund. They are joining a group of investors which includes leading family offices in the Nordics and institutional investors such as Nordea Life and Pension.

“We are delighted to have Lærernes Pension join us as a new investor. With their expertise and reputation they are highly regarded in the investment industry, and we are truly honored to have them as our partner. It’s also a strong recognition of the team, our track record and confirms the wide interest from investors and positive momentum we’re experiencing,” says Jonas Andersson, Deputy Managing Partner at Slättö.

“Slättö invests thematically, and the top opportunities we see in the current market are within logistics and light industrial as well as special situations. Leveraging our robust network and off-market approach, we are well positioned to capitalize on these opportunities. Now, almost 90% of our current advanced pipeline is sourced off-market,” says Erik Dansbo, partner and CIO at Slättö.

Lærernes Pension is a pension fund that provides pension schemes for more than 150,000 teachers employed in Danish municipal and private primary and lower-secondary schools and in adult education. At the end of 2022, it had a market value of 146 billion DKK (approximately 20 billion EUR). This partnership signifies the shared commitment to sustainability and is a testament to Slättö’s track record in delivering robust returns for investors over the years.

“Lærernes Pension is excited about our investment due to Slättö’s strong historical track record, high standards within ESG and the unique Nordic focus. Lærernes Pension believes that Slättö has the required expertise and experience to achieve our investment goals and sees them as a strong partner going forward,” says Tobias Friis, Head of Alternative Investments at Lærernes Pension.

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