Aviva builds on real assets with new £37bn platform

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Aviva builds on real assets with new £37bn platform

Aviva Investors has created a £37bn real assets platform and sold parts of its real estate business to LaSalle Investment Management.

The move will see Aviva combining its real estate, infrastructure and private debt activities under one umbrella. Simultaneously, the investment manager is selling its Real Estate Multi-Manager (REMM) arm, along with its interest in pan-European real estate fund Encore+. Read more 

Earlier this month, Aviva Investors sold Igloo Regeneration Partnership, its £300m socially responsible UK regeneration fund, to property group Places for People. Read more 

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