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GSK attending Deutsche GRI

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Driven by the flood of capital, activity in German real estate has climbed to new records, prices are still on the rise, and the enthusiasm is not vanishing. National or international, the queue of cash rich investors is long. Niche sectors and regional markets have long become main-stream and with it, the tickets investors have to pay are rising.
No doubt, the search for alternative investments is further intensifying. With the prices, the perception of risk and the pressure on margins and yield are increasing. Questions about the longevity and motivation of today’s investments are getting louder.
What happens when interest rates do rise, Eurozone worries flare up or deflation gets hold in Europe? Are the risks in German real estate still adequately priced or ignored? Stay ahead in an increasingly competitive environment and discuss with the best in the industry. Is low yield investing still rational? What alternatives to combat squeezing bank margins? Can alternative lenders fill the gaps? What are the main threats in German real estate?

These and other questions will be discussed at Deutsche GRI where investors, project developers and financial institutions meet together and develop valuable real estate strategies and relationships, find new business partners and strengthen their global networks.

GRI events are unlike anything else you’ve attended. There is no stage, there are no presentations and there are no panels. Instead, there are simultaneous closed-door discussions where everyone participates. You can quickly and efficiently identify partnership and investment opportunities from a room full of decision-makers ready to do business.

GSK Stockmann + Kollegen is also attending Deutsche GRI where Dirk Brückner, lawyer and partner at GSK Munich, is leading a discussion on „Mezzanine for Developments - Bridging the gap or too expensive?“

Join us on the 6th and 7th May at the 11th Deutsche GRI.

You will find further information on Deutsche GRI’s programme, that you can download here.

Event details:
6 to 7 May 2015

Konrad Adenauer Straße 7
60313 Frankfurt

Contact at GSK Stockmann + Kollegen:
Dr. Dirk Brückner