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Yakir Gabay

Listed 18/09/2019

Berlin's TLG raises €1bn financing at 1.875% to cover 10% Aroundtown stake

Berlin's TLG Immobilien has raised €1bn financing at 1.875% to cover a 9.99% stake in peer Aroundtown as the two move toward a merger (...)

Listed 28/11/2018

Largest quoted German CRE firm Aroundtown ups AUM 34% to €13.2bn

Listed German commercial property group Aroundtown, the nation's largest by assets, grew its portfolio 34%yy to €13.2bn in third quarter. Funds from operations rose 12% (...)

Listed 30/08/2018

Aroundtown's IH FFO surges 46% to €189m, AUM up €3bn ytd

Fast-growing European commercial property group Aroundtown posted a 46% surge in first half FFO to €189m, up 6% per share, and made over €1.4bn of acquisitions, (...)

Listed 27/08/2018

Germany-focused Grand City boosts 1H FFO 16% to €99m

Germany-focused listed housing firm Grand City Properties, an affiliate of the Aroundtowngroup, increased first half funds from operations by 16% to €99m, and said it (...)

Listed 08/06/2018

Aroundtown appoints Cromme to board after 54%yy 1Q FFO surge

Fast-growing listed CRE group Aroundtown has appointed one of Germany's most high-profile managers to its advisory board just days after releasing first quarter figures showing a (...)

Listed 16/05/2018

Listed Aroundtown makes €720m sales ytd at 12% above book

Fast-growing European quoted commercial property group Aroundtown, which also controls listed German housing firm Grand City Properties, has sold over €720m in non-core assets year to (...)

Listed 28/03/2018

Fast-growing Aroundtown boosts 2017 FFO by 77% doubles AUM to €10bn

Aroundtown, the fast-growing listed German commercial real estate firm, reported a 77% rise in funds from operations to €293m for 2017, with per share (...)

Finance 09/03/2018

Luxembourg's Aroundtown on track to retain issuer crown with €606m capital raise

Luxembourg's Aroundtown, which specialises in German and Dutch CRE and German housing via its Grand City affiliate, is on its way to keeping its record (...)