Swiss Life Asset Managers Nordic is a leading alternative investment fund manager in the Nordic market, supporting clients with a full in-house service offering.
Our strategy for real estate funds
Swiss Life Asset Managers in the Nordics is a leading core and core plus private equity real estate fund manager – with assets under management across the Nordics worth around NOK 17 billion. Handling one of the biggest logistics property portfolios in the region, we’ve got our ear to the ground, ready to pick up on a wide range of off-market, open market and club deals. Our team is on hand with support and expertise to drive your long-term investment strategy – a reflection of our strong track record as a fund manager.
As a fund manager, we focus our approach on long-term investment, opting for smaller real estate funds with a clearly defined fundraising and investment period. Our core and core plus activities centre on building a diversified portfolio with downside protection based on long-term investment that reaps rewards in the near term. This results in attractive risk-adjusted investor returns and semi-annual dividends.
The foundations of our strategy
Our successful strategy for managing real estate funds is based on investments in a range of sectors: logistics, office, warehouse, light industry and big box retail (including mixed-use properties) all come into play. Our approach to each of these sectors is guided by the same philosophy that has driven our success as a fund manager.
Our investment philosophy:
- Downside protection: we seek strong tenants and attractive cost prices compared to relative cost.
- Upside potential: we’re always looking for the upside – with low-risk extensions and development opportunities.
- Long-term investment with a robust outlook: we focus on income return and visible cash flow – opting for a less cyclical approach to investment.
- Attractive risk-adjusted returns: we know the importance of preserving your capital.
- Semi-annual dividends: we make sure your investment pays off.
real estate funds since 2005
NOK 17 bn
IRR since 2005