Schroders acquires Dutch real estate firm for 'key market' push

Mark Battersby
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Schroders Capital has reached agreement to acquire Cairn Real Estate, a real estate fund and asset management business based in the Netherlands with €1.3bn of assets under management. In a statement on 10 November, Schroders Capital said the deal will enhance its client offering "in a key European growth market, giving access to Dutch real estate expertise with on-the-ground investment talent to meet the growing investment demand from its institutional investors". Cairn, which is being sold by MPC Capital, a German investment management group focused on renewables, shipping and real e...

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