Ich habe mir schon echt große Sorgen gemacht, daß KKR F Ü R S I C H keine
(wahrscheinlich sehr) lohnende Investitionsmöglichkeit mehr ausmachen kann ...
Die letzte Bekanntgabe einer solchen ist ja auch schon ganz grob drei Tage her ... !
Aber jetzt kann man endlich aufatmen u. wieder ruhig schlafen, das Problem ist behoben !!
KKR - Media - Center - 11. Sept. 2013:
KKR and NEINVER Establish a Joint Venture to Acquire Two Retail Centres
in Spain from a Fund Managed by British Land.
London, 11 September 2014:
KKR today announced the acquisition of two retail assets in Spain from the Pillar Retail Europark Fund (PREF) which is majority owned and managed by British Land. The transaction is comprised of two assets: Nassica, a 50,000m2 retail and leisure destination located in the South of Madrid and Vista Alegre, a 16,000m2 retail park located in Zamora in the region of Castilla & Leon in the north of Spain. The assets will be owned in a joint venture between KKR and Spanish retail operator NEINVER, who will manage the assets. The Spanish Group, who developed Nassica in 2002, has 45 years of recognized expertise as a European retail operator adding value to the assets through a unique asset management model. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
KKR's real estate investment team seeks to partner with real estate owners, lenders, operators and developers to provide flexible capital to respond to transaction-specific needs, including the outright purchase or financing of existing assets or companies and the funding of future development or acquisition opportunities. Since launching a dedicated real estate platform in 2011, KKR has committed over $1.6 billion of equity to 26 real estate transactions in the U.S., Europe and Asia. The team consists of 20 dedicated investment professionals who leverage the broader resources of KKR including Private Equity, KKR Asset Management, KKR Capital Markets, and Global Macro and Asset Allocation.