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Malaysia's EPF invests $70m in Australian health care real estate

Pension fund taps new markets to weather global uncertainties

Commercial properties line the western side of Sydney's central business district.   © Reuters

CEBU, Philippines -- Malaysia's $200-billion pension fund Employees Provident Fund is investing $100 million Australian dollars ($70 million) in an Australian health care real estate fund managed by real estate developer Dexus.

In a statement, the developer said EPF's investment in Healthcare Wholesale Property Fund will enable it to acquire North Shore Health Hub, Stage 1 of the development at St. Leonards, currently held in Dexus' trading portfolio. The health care facility is due for completion in late 2020.

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