EQT closed its EQT Real Estate II fund at its hard cap of €1 billion ($1.2 billion) with the support of international blue-chip investors, according to the company.
With a thematic investment and high-conviction approach, the fund offers up value-added investment opportunities within the logistics and residential sectors. The Sweden-based firm boasts a "local with locals’ approach with 25 professionals located in London, Stockholm, Madrid, Milan and Paris. The team is said to be actively evaluating transactions in Germany, Spain, Italy and Benelux.
Commitments poured in from investor in Europe . . .
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