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DEUTSCHE BANK

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Jochen Möbert

Analyst Macoreconomics

Christian Sewing

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Listed

Germany's Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank end merger discussions

Germany's Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank have broken off discussions on a merger, saying that it was determined this would not be in the interest of either (...)

Housing

German resi prices to rise thru 2022 but slowing; at 7.4% in 2019 - Deutsche Bank

German house prices are likely to continue to rise through 2022 albeit at a slower pace, says Deutsche Bank, forecasting 7.4% growth this year. But the (...)

Finance

Vienna’s Immofinanz places €500m benchmark bond, wins first-ever rating

Vienna’s listed Immofinanz has placed a €500m benchmark bond with investors and won a rating from S&P, making it the first-ever rated issue from a Austrian real estate (...)

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

AXA IMRA acquires TechnoCampus in Berlin Siemensstadt for clients

AXA Investment Managers-Real Assets said it has acquired on behalf of clients, TechnoCampus, an office project which comprises part of Siemensstadt in the Spandau district of (...)

Office

Munich's Cells purchase of IKB HQ in Düsseldorf said done at €230m

Munich-based private firm Cells Property Investors has acquired the 57,600 sqm former HQ complex of IKB bank in Germany's Düsseldorf with an international investor for a (...)

Finance

Blackstone, Centerbridge said in €3bn bid for Santander’s Madrid HQ

In one of the biggest real estate deals this year in Spain, a consortium led by US funds Blackstone and Centerbridge is reportedly offering over €3bn to acquire (...)

Listed

ActivumSG sells out of German Instone for €391m after lock-up ends

ActivumSG, the Jersey-based manager founded and run by Saul Goldstein, has sold out of housing developer Instone which it created, placing shares worth €391m after the expiry of (...)

Listed

Italy's Coima Res 1H net up 19% to €17m, to focus on Milan base

Italian REIT/SIIQ Coima Res raised first half net profit 19%yy to €16.8m, EPRA earnings per share by 17.4% and recurring FFO by 11.5%, saying it is boosting focus (...)

Housing

UK's Aberdeen Standard commits €125m for Vienna, Copenhagen residential

Britain's Aberdeen Standard Investments, created last year in a merger of insurer Standard Life and the manager Aberdeen, is investing €125m in the first two deals for its new (...)

Housing

Deutsche's partly-floated DWS invests €266m in Dutch residential

DWS, the former Deutsche Asset Managment partly floated by Deutsche Bank in March, has paid €265.6m for 12 Dutch residential properties for its institutional funds. The group, which last (...)

Logistics

Deutsche's DWS makes €150m French logistics acquisitions

DWS, partially floated on the stock exchange in March by Germany's Deutsche Bank, has invested around €150m in French logistics properties, one located in the Loire Valley, (...)

Office

Paris twin-tower Hermitage project on track for 2024; one tower in pre-sale talks

Live from Mipim (Cannes) - Hermitage Plaza, the massive project to build two mixed-use towers on the bank of the Seine in Paris La Défense, will be completed (...)

Listed

German housing giant Vonovia boosts 2017 FFO by 21% to €921m

Vonovia, Germany's largest housing company, boosted FFO1 by 21% to €920.8m in 2017 due to organic, internal growth but also the integration of Vienna-based conwert. EPRA (...)

Housing

German Instone gets listing placement away at base of range to raise €428m

German residential developer Instone set its private placement stock market listing price at €21.50, the bottom end of an offered range, and said it has placed 19.9m shares (...)

Housing

German resi developer Instone eyes value of €943m as it starts listing placement

German residential developer Instone has set the price range for its private placement stock exchange listing at €21.50 to €25.50 per share, giving an capitalisation of up €943m (...)

Housing

After 2017's fastest rise, German home prices to continue climb in 2018 - Deutsche

German housing prices rose in 2017 at the fastest pace since 1993, and both prices and rents should remain strong this year driven by a supply (...)