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Mark Charlton

Head of Research and Forecasting

Richard Divall

Head of Cross Border Capital Markets, EMEA

Andrew Hallisey

Executive Managing Director, Occupier Services EMEA

Damian Harrington

Head of EMEA Research

Chris Mclernon

Chief Executive Officer, EMEA

Tom Sleigh

Head of Flexible Workspace Consulting, Occupier Services EMEA

Istvan Toth

Senior Data Scientist


Augsburg's Patrizia sells four office/resi assets in Copenhagen for €50m

Augsburg-based Patrizia has sold four mixed-use office and residential properties in Copenhagen for €50m for its Patrizia Nordics Cities Fund to Danish listed group Jeudan. The buildings comprise (...)


Retail vs logistics: a battle for supremacy?

In the age of e-commerce, a €550bn industry across Europe according to Colliers, many see a clear conflict between retail and logistics. In this battle for (...)


Rising family office, SWF capital to swell global RE inflows to €2.2tr thru 2020 - Colliers

New global real estate investment could reach €2.2tr through 2020, boosted by new allocations from family offices and sovereign wealth funds, forecasts adviser Colliers International.  In a (...)


Despite low Euro yields, value and returns should continue into 2019 - Colliers

Live from Expo Real (Munich) - Despite European real estate yields reaching cyclical lows, value and returns should continue into 2019 due to strong tenant expansion, (...)


Acute CEE labour shortages risk slowdown, hitting real estate - Colliers

Acute labour shortages have arisen in central Europe due to low unemployment, dynamic growth, emigration, and the rapid development of the service sector, says adviser Colliers. (...)


Global Capital Diversification : Europe in Context - Quarter 1 2019

Les investisseurs institutionnels entendent renforcer leurs allocations en immobilier faisant ainsi émerger de nouvelles sources de capital. En 2018, les investisseurs globaux ont investi à hauteur (...)