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Focus Estate Fund is planning to strengthen the portfolio in Poland and the Czech Republic and to enter the Slovak market

Focus Estate Fund is planning to strengthen the portfolio in Poland and the Czech Republic and to enter the Slovak market

The investment fund Focus Estate Fund is expanding its presence in Central and Eastern Europe and is planning to increase to more than double its portfolio in the next two years – to 100 million euros by the 2020 end.

“Poland and the Czech Republic remain in priority for us, where there are five objects in the fund’s portfolio, and in the future we are planning to further strengthen our positions in the medium-sized commercial real estate niche.

At the same time, over the past three years, our portfolio positive dynamics allows us to develop new markets, so we decided to enter the Slovak market. 820 million euros of investments in commercial real estate in Slovakia in 2018 are a fairly serious marker of this market liquidity, according to international consultants. At the same time, the risk and return indicators in these three countries are quite similar”, – Andrey Kozin, managing partner of the Focus Estate Fund, commented.

Recall that there are in the Fund’s portfolio three shopping centers in Poland (in the cities Sandomierz, Zgorzhelets, Bartoszyce) and two in the Czech Republic (in the cities  Most and Ostrava).

On June 18, Andrey Kozin, managing partner of Focus Estate Fund, will speak at the RAU Investment Forum-2019 – first specialized international forum for investors in retail and retail real estate in Ukraine.

Info. Focus Estate Fund is a real estate investment fund, headquartered in Kiev, focusing on non-premium commercial real estate in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The fund plans to invest in the development of medium format’ commercial real estate projects in the most dynamic European markets in 50 million euros amount over the next 2-3 years.

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