Report: EPF puts two London properties on sale

Modified 25 Jan 2017, 4:00 am

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) put on sale two of its London properties two weeks ago, and could earn 100 million pounds (RM550 million) in profit, Starbiz reported.

It is part of the fund's active monetisation strategy of its UK assets, the business section of The Star reported.

The two office buildings are at St James Square, West End, SW1 and Tower Bridge House, E1, formerly known as the K2 building at St Katherine Docks, it reported, citing sources.

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