Join REFI Europe for our June Breakfast Briefing, where we will be discussing the topic of the German real estate market.
08:00 Networking & Snacks
08:30 Panel discussion – German real estate market
10:00 -11:00 Coffee & Networking
- Germany’s RE transaction volume is expected to exceed €50bn again this year. What makes the German market so attractive?
- What are the asset classes to focus on in Germany at the moment? Traditional and alternatives.
- Yields are reaching low levels and competition is fierce in Germany’s biggest markets, should investors consider opportunities in B- and C-cities? Are these markets liquid enough for international investors?
- Why is the German residential market so dominated by German players? Is this changing?
- What does Germany’s development pipeline look like?
- Are we seeing a shift in capital, especially from Asian institutions? Are Asian institutional investors looking at opportunities in Germany instead of London because of Brexit?
Mike Hilton, Founding Partner, PMM Group
Mike Hilton is the founding partner of PMM Group, a leading institutional asset management company that originates and manages real estate and debt investment. PMM acts as investment advisor to the Phoenix series of funds, the principal asset classes of which are German property, European commercial real estate finance and UK & Irish shared equity mortgages.
Christoph Ignaczak, Investment Director & Senior Partner, Patron
Christoph Ignaczak joined Patron in 2012 and primarily focuses on German investments, with responsibilities including origination, due diligence, execution, asset management and business plan implementation. Prior to joining Patron, Christoph worked at Acrest Property Group, a real estate development and asset management company based in Berlin, Germany, as Director where he was primarily in charge of financing and investment analysis.
Christian Scheuerl, Managing Director, MPC Micro Living Development GmbH
MPC Micro Living Development is a fully integrated developer and operator of Micro Living products in Germany. As part of the MPC Capital group, the micro living team has successfully raised Germany’s first regulated Student Housing fund (SHV I) and transacted over 200m€ in PBSA assets in Germany in the last years.
Frank Steffen, Head of Real Estate Finance International Clients, Germany, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG
Frank Steffen has been working within the property financing sector since the mid-1990s. In his current role at Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, he is responsible for originating and structuring commerical real estate transaction for international customers of pbb.
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