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$1.1 trillion
assets under management*
As one of the largest investment managers in the world, Nuveen offers solutions for a range of investors across a broad array of asset classes.
$1.1 trillion
assets under management*
As one of the largest investment managers in the world, Nuveen offers solutions for a range of investors across a broad array of asset classes.
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Nuveen Real Estate completes €35m green loan for Amsterdam life sciences development
Nuveen Real Estate, one of the largest investment managers in the world with $152 billion of assets under management, has agreed to provide a €35m senior secured loan to Breakthrough Properties, a joint venture of Tishman Speyer and Bellco Capital, to finance the acquisition and construction of a state-of-the-art life science asset in Amsterdam.
Scottish Borders Pension Fund partners with Nuveen to make first natural capital investment
The Scottish Borders Council’s Pension Fund (Pension Fund) has partnered with Nuveen, the $1.1 trillion global asset manager of TIAA, to make its first allocation to natural capital assets.
Nuveen Real Estate partners with Apache Capital to deliver Present Made’s single-family housing development with Cambridge University’s Estates Division
Nuveen Real Estate has formed a joint venture with UK-focused real estate investment manager Apache Capital to fund single-family build-to-rent housing across the UK.
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*As of 30 Sep 2023, Nuveen assets under management (AUM) is inclusive of underlying investment specialists.
Responsible investing incorporates Environmental Social Governance (ESG) factors that may affect exposure to issuers, sectors, industries, limiting the type and number of investment opportunities available, which could result in excluding investments that perform well.

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