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Major risk factors and corrective measures

Below a short overview is given of the measures that are taken to minimise risks with regard to the relatively new healthcare market. At the core is our strategy to invest in ‘government resistent’ property, with means that the propositions are not dependent on government subsidies, with respect to the real estate (lease) costs.

Risk control overview



Control measure

Affordability (Political risk)

Healthcare costs for consumers increase due to the reducing role of the Dutch government

Focus on competitive rent levels (mid price range).

Diminishing demand

Adverse economic conditions or changing views towards healthcare could lead to less demand

Solid demographic drivers are at the core of the fund. Also, prevailing real estate is acquired, to optimise alternative lease or use.

Continuity of operations

An operator might not be able to fulfill his obligations to the fund

Focus on prevailing buildings, through financial due diligence, extended guarantee.


Number of both domestic and foreign investors increases

Building networks in the Dutch healthcare market, efficient acquisition of smaller objects as foreign investors seek only large investments.

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