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PRESS RELEASE 17 September 2014
Fund makes new investments in US
Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has entered into an agreement to acquire a 45 percent interest in 601 Lexington Avenue in New York, 100 Federal Street in Boston, and the Atlantic Wharf Office Building in Boston, in a joint venture with Boston Properties.
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Governor Øystein Olsen and Debuty CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management Trond Grande will give speeches to Norges Bank’s regional network, Region North-West.
Deputy Governor Jon Nicolaisen and Chief Risk Officer of Norges Bank Investment Management Jan Thomsen will give speeches to Norges Bank’s regional network, Region South.
Deputy Governor Jon Nicolaisen and Global Head of Equity Trading of Norges Bank Investment Management Øyvind G. Schanke will give speeches to Norges Bank’s regional network, Region South