EXPO Real - Munich, Germany 8-10 October 201215th International Trade Fair for Commercial Property and Investment
Expo Real news
This year’s Expo Real in Munich, property’s biggest conference, was an odd one.
The chief executive of Tristan Capital Partners, Ric Lewis, tells Property Week why he does not believe that the European monetary union is facing certain death.
Emerging markets, private equity firm Actis has raised $278m to invest in east, west and southern Africa, excluding South Africa.
US private equity giant Blackstone has completed the fundraising for what is the biggest fund in property history.
Sports Direct founder to focus on shoes and denim and rebrand USC stores.
£238m raised to provide “stretched senior” development loans.
Unexpected historical discoveries can cause serious delays. Sarah Townsend reports
The ongoing saga of a business rates assessment for accountancy firm Mazars finally reached its conclusion last month.
One afternoon in, Expo seems to be a bit more fun this year. Obviously a giant conference centre on the outskirts of Munich is never going to com are as a setting with the Croisette in Cannes, but people seem to have made a bit more effort with their stands.
It is once again that time of the year when those involved with the commercial property investment market head to Munich.
Meyer Bergman is eyeing up the UK, German and Polish market for retail portfolio opportunities, according to chief executive Markus Meijer, who was speaking on today’s monthly Property Week podcast.
An overview of the market in Warsaw
Strong construction activity pushes up vacancy rate further despite sustained demand.