Lambeth invests £42m in private-rented sector with Invesco

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The investment also includes buildings under construction
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The investment also includes buildings under construction

The London Borough of Lambeth Pension Fund has signed up to a £42m private-rented sector investments strategy with Invesco Real Estate.

The local authority fund has joined the asset manager's £350m-plus Build to Rent strategy in a bid to diversify its investments while providing inflation protection over a suitable duration. Als...

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