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  • KGAL: Investor profits thanks to attractive aircraft deal download

    Asset Manager News 15 July 2014

    KGAL has sold its equity investments in twelve medium-haul Airbus A319 aircraft to a US investor as part of share deals. The majority of the aircraft were held in the SkyClass 58 retail fund. The sale has resulted in capital growth of more than 20% for investors in the retail fund.

  • KGAL Aviation - Market report: aviation markets download

    White papers 4 November 2014

    The positive trends are becoming more pronounced: since the second half of 2013, a global economic upturn has been observed that may initiate a lasting turnaround. The negative after-effects of the 2008 financial crisis, which put the brakes on economic growth for years, have now eased significantly.

  • KGAL aviation on course for success: 19 transactions in 2014 download

    Asset Manager News 20 November 2014

    KGAL completes 19 transactions with various aircraft types in the first nine months of 2014 with a total volume amounting to more than USD 400 million.

  • KGAL and BSH sign rental agreement for commercial space of more than 58.000 m² download

    Asset Manager News 9 February 2015

    The asset management of the KGAL Group has agreed a long-term contract for a new letting as well as a contract extension for a running rental agreement with BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH...

  • First aircraft deal closed for the KGAL Aviation Portfolio Fund 1 download

    Asset Manager News 26 March 2015

    The KGAL Aviation Portfolio Fund 1 (APF1), an aircraft portfolio fund for institutional investors managed by KGAL Investment Management, acquired three Embraer 190 aircraft as part of a sale and leaseback deal.

  • Post Brexit: German commercial and residential real estate expected to mark a return to rising sales download

    Asset Manager News 28 July 2016

    Germany’s real estate markets are showing renewed strength, despite the reality of Brexit and the start of a long and difficult period of negotiation for the UK’s exit from the European Union. While it remains to be seen whether Germany, as Europe’s most stable real estate market, might actually benefit from the situation, the country’s property market generally appears to be on the up.