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By FTSE Russell
Germany’s stock market – perhaps like the country itself - is sometimes mischaracterised as solid and reliable, and perhaps overly dependent on industrial heavyweights. But as we highlighted in a post earlier this year (link to Tim’s post about Germany) German stock market performance has been more than solid since COVID – in fact the second best performing Developed European market (as measured by FTSE GEIS) since the recovery began on 23rd March. And that growth is in part due to a greater diversity than the stereotype of blue-chip industrial behemoths.
By KGAL GmbH & Co. KG
The acquisition was made on behalf of a KGAL-managed AIF and is a club deal with three institutional investors. The sellers are the project‘s developers, CONCRETE Capital and BHB Bauträger GmbH Bayern. The €250m euro development is located on the east side of Munich and comprises around 30,000 square meters of hotel, retail, student living space plus more than 100 private rental apartments.
By Columbia Threadneedle Investments
The country is poised to increase scrutiny on human rights and eco standards within business. As investors, the investigation of environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks form an essential component of our bottom-up investment analysis
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