NewRiver REIT, the UK-based retail and leisure property specialist, is planning to raise GBP200 million in capital through the firm placing of GBP133 million in New Ordinary Shares and an additional GBP67 million placing and open offer, all at an Offer Price in the range of 330 pence to 340 pence per Ordinary Share.
GCP Student Living, the UK’s first REIT focussed on student residential assets, is aiming to raise gross proceeds of GBP70 million through a non pre-emptive placing of new ordinary shares.
Fenics Market Data, BGC's Market Data division, has agreed to a distribution partnership with OTC energy brokerage Amerex Brokers (Amerex), whereby Fenics Market Data will provide Amerex energy-focused market data products to its customer base.
Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, and Bill Street, head of investment for EMEA at State Street Global Advisors, offer their views on the UK general election result…
According to the fourth annual survey by Universal-Investment on the behaviour of institutional investors, prices for new investments in Germany are considered by many respondents to be high.
A new office map from Catella shows the positive economic situation of the German office market at 76 locations. While prime rents have increased almost everywhere, the attractiveness of prime assets can be seen in the continuously decreasing yields – from first tier to fourth tier.
Nasdaq Nordic is planning to make changes to the Alternative Investment Funds market on Nasdaq Copenhagen.
Larry Hatheway (pictured), Group Chief Economist and Head of Multi Asset Portfolio Solutions at GAM, looks at what happens next following the UK’s vote to leave the EU…
Malta has addressed one of the biggest issues in European fund management – the speed to market – with its new Notified Alternative Investment Funds (NAIF) framework, according to Jeremy Leach, Chief Executive Officer of the Managing Partners Group (MPG).
The listing of Italian property company Coima on the country’s MTA exchange on Friday, following a EUR215 million IPO, may signal the stirrings of a Renaissance in Italy’s small listed real estate sector, according to the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA).