TITLE

ING funds set to unlock corporate disposals market

PUB. DATE
April 2005
SOURCE
EuroProperty;2005, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that ING Real Estate Investment Management is set to shake up the corporate sale-and-leaseback market with the launch of a Dutch fund manager, which has spent fifteen months putting together an offshore fund into which companies can sell their property. ING's product could trigger a long-awaited property sell-off by European companies, but not in the way that many had anticipated. With ING's scheme, a Guernsey unit trust would be created for each company, under the ING Gemini brand.
ACCESSION #
16797444

 

Related Articles

  • ING plans portfolio expansion with £125.5m acquisition.  // EG: Estates Gazette;11/11/2006, Issue 645, p62 

    The article reports that ING Real Estate Investment Management has expanded its offshore listed vehicle through the acquisition of a £125.5 million portfolio and raising £32.2 million through a share placing. The portfolio is split 40.2% offices, 23.8% industrial and 30% retail. The...

  • ING opens offshore trusts for corporate occupiers. Cate, Bert Erik Ten // EG: Estates Gazette;4/2/2005, Issue 513, p32 

    Reports on the plan of ING Real Estate Investment Management regarding its corporate sale-and-leaseback market in 2005. Information on a sale-and-leaseback property product offered by the company that provides buy-back rights to corporate tenants; Benefits of sellers of properties under the ING...

  • Morgan Stanley to take charge of ING REIM sale. Phillips, Mike // EG: Estates Gazette;5/29/2010, Issue 1021, p39 

    The article reports that Morgan Stanley has been chosen to manage the sale of ING Real Estate Investment Management (REIM), the world's biggest property fund manager in June 2010. Giant fund managers Blackstone and Blackrock are among the companies that show interest in bidding for the business....

  • Sell-off of world's largest fund manager put in train. Phillips, Mike // EG: Estates Gazette;5/8/2010, Issue 1018, p39 

    The article reports on the plan of Dutch bank ING to appoint investment banking advisers to start the divestiture of its ING Real Estate Investment Management.

  • Iberian ING business unveils €2bn Spanish development plan.  // EuroProperty;2003, p2 

    ING Real Estate Ibérica allocates cziom for Spanish logistics debut, € 500m of retail and € 1bn of residential development. ING Real Estate Ibérica, the Spanish subsidiary of Dutch group ING, is to invest € 2bn in Spanish shopping centre, logistics and residential...

  • Nyala Farms sold. Khasru, B.Z. // Fairfield County Business Journal;12/07/98, Vol. 37 Issue 49, p1 

    Reports on real estate investment firm Clarion Capital's signing of a contract to buy the Nyala Farms Corporate Center office complex in Westport, Connecticut. Sales agent for the property; Estimated purchase price; Features of the office complex; Background information about Clarion Capital's...

  • ING makes €1bn Euro FOF debut.  // EuroProperty;2006, p23 

    The article reports on ING Real Estate Investment Management (ING REIM) which has launched its first continental European fund of funds in 2006. The firm hopes to increase its value to 1bn euros in three years. The Eurosiris Fund will invest in core and core-plus property funds, with a maximum...

  • into the hinterlands. Ward, Hazel // EG: Estates Gazette;4/28/2007 EG Retail, p35 

    The article deals with the interest of international investors in investing in Poland's real estate market. The largest of the countries that entered the European Union in 2004, Poland is experiencing rapid economic growth. Investor interest continues to be extremely strong, with many...

  • ING targets £1bn assets for Britannica retail fund. Gibson, Robert // EG: Estates Gazette;10/9/2004, Issue 441, p47 

    Reports on the shopping center fund launched by ING Real Estate Investment Management in Great Britain. Portfolio of the Britannica shopping center fund; Appointment of executive Ian Cockburn at ING Britannica; Goal of the retail property fund for its returns.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics