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GLOBALWORTH POLAND REAL ESTATE N.V.

Investment fund - Investment company

Last update July 2, 2019 | Report an error

Rafal Pomorski

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Malgorzata Turek

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Finance

CEE attracts €5.5bn 1H real estate investment; full year could outstrip 2018's record

First half real estate investment across central and eastern Europe rose over €5.47bn, and volumes this year may even outperform 2018's record €13.23bn, says adviser JLL. In (...)

Office

Bucharest's Globalworth expects Polish portfolio to exceed home assets

Bucharest-based Globalworth is likely to expand its Polish office portfolio quite soon over the asset value built over the last six years in its Romanian home base, says (...)

Office

AIM's Globalworth pays Europa Capital €101m for refurbished Warsaw tower

Globalworth, an AIM-listed central European property investor backed by South African REIT Growthpoint, has paid London-based Europa Capital €101m for Warsaw's landmark Spektrum Tower. The purchase, by its Globalworth Poland (...)

Office

AIM's Globalworth says €139m Krakow buy makes it Poland's biggest in office

AIM-listed Romania-based Globalworth has become the largest institutional office investor in Poland after its Warsaw subsidiary paid €139m to acquire Quattro Business Park in Kraków to take Polish (...)

Listed

Globalworth Poland raises €450m in equity from parent, S.African Growthpoint

The Polish affiliate of AIM-listed eastern Europe real estate group Globalworth has raised €450m in fresh equity via a private placement with its parent, and senior group shareholder Growthpoint (...)

Retail

Listed Polish mall group EPP beats forecasts with 2017 net doubled to €77m

Listed Polish shopping centre group EPP grew net profit last year by 77% to €128m but its distributable earnings, after portfolio revaluation and other items, nearly (...)

Retail

Poland's Griffin signs €1bn of 28 retail assets, earmarking 12 for Echo Polska

Poland's Griffin Real Estate, controlled by US funds Oaktree, PIMCO and South Africa's Redefine, has signed a deal reported earlier to acquire 28 domestic retail properties (...)