Leimdörfer, the Nordic investment bank business that is part of adviser, lender and investor Brunswick Real Estate, has advised on a DKK16.9bn (€2.27bn) deal involving Novo A/S, TryghedsGruppen and DADES – the largest ever property transaction in Denmark. Novo and TryghedsGruppen are taking a 49.2% stake in DADES. Leimdörfer acted as adviser for DADES, which […]
Barry Norris, partner Argonaut Capital Partners and manager of the Ignis Argonaut European Alpha fund says that once the hangover from Spain’s property bubble is over, the prospects for its economy are good.
Stockholm based Niam has closed its fifth property fund, Niam Nordic V, with €719m in total equity commitments, beating its €600m target.
Joyce Shapiro, managing director of Infrastructure and Real Resources at Franklin Templeton Real Assets Advisors, suggests the infrastructure theme remains strong across both emerging and developed markets.
La Française AM has launched the first Sharia compliant OPCI – collective real estate vehicles with simplified investment rules with leverage – into the French market as part of the financing of an office building jointly owned by a Kuwaiti bank.
Property inflation in Norway has reached a level whereby most people would have to save for 20 years before being able to afford even 30 square metres of space.
Financial advisers around the world are more confident about the global economy than they were in the last quarter of 2011, according to results of the latest Skandia International Adviser Confidence Barometer.
Distressed real estate has become an increasingly popular theme and the size of the problem in Europe, (thought to be around half a trillion Euros of loans requiring refinancing over the next four years), means there are many opportunities available for real estate investment specialists, according the sector specialist Rynda Property Investors LLP.
Aberdeen Asset Management has been awarded the inaugural Sustainability Data Submission Award, which recognises significant contributions to the IPD Sustainable Property Indicator (ISPI), at the IPD UK Property Investment Awards last week.
The Aberdeen Asia III Property Fund of Funds (Asia III), Aberdeen Asset Management Asia’s third closed-end Asia Pacific-focused property fund of funds, has successfully closed for the first time, having raised $242m of equity.
Figures published by Fastighetsbyrån, part of Swedish banking group Swedbank, suggest Swedish and Norwegian property buyers have pushed hard into the Spanish residential property market, as British and German buyers have withdrawn in the past half-decade.
Prime property in Europe is no longer driven by fundamentals and looks expensive, warned speakers at the launch of IPD’s pan-European Property Fund Index.