Malaysia’s Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja, or Employees Provident Fund (EPF), has bought a portfolio of UK assets.
The office and logistics properties were bought for the investor by CBRE Global Investors, according to a source.
The portfolio includes 18 assets spread from west London to the Midlands.
Tenants include courier UPS, water firm Severn Trent and grocery delivery firm Ocado.
Neither EPF nor CBRE Global Investors would comment on the deal, which was announced today by IM Properties.
EPF last year sold its One Sheldon Square office property in London to listed property company British Land for £210m (€262m).
EPF, which had owned the 200,000sqft property since 2010, also owns 11-12 St James Square and the Battersea Power Station.
The fund also owns significant real estate investments in Germany, France and Japan and last year invested in the Australian logistics sector with Goodman.