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bpfBOUW decreases allocation to real estate

The Dutch public pension has announced a decrease in its real estate exposure.

Institution: bpfBOUW
Headquarters: Amsterdam, Netherlands
AUM: €62.13bn
Allocation to alternatives: 27.70%

Dutch construction sector pension fund bpfBOUW has reported a decrease in its real estate exposure to 16.9 percent, according to the pension’s Q1 2019 report. The $61.13 billion institutional investor has an 18.0 percent target allocation.

As illustrated below, bpfBOUW’s allocation to real estate fluctuates between 16 and 18 percent. The pension’s target allocation to real estate increased from 17 to 18 percent in Q4 2018.

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