Nery Alaev

Investments

Record-setting commercial activity in Central Europe 

Nery Alaev writes about the investment environment in central Europe. Cushman & Wakefield, a global real estate consultant, has released data that points towards core Central European markets (Poland, Czech Rep, Slovakia, Hungary, etc.) experiencing record-setting levels of investment. Poland…
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Polish real estate flourishes 

Nery Alaev writes about Polish real estate. Poland’s commercial real estate market has benefitted from a buoyant economy in the country with real estate transactions amounting to €4.1bn. This volume is the highest since 2006 and more than €1bn more…
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Chinese takeovers of German companies rising 

Nery Alaev writes about Chinese investments in Germany. A recent takeover of a German waste management firm by a Chinese conglomerate has spurred outlets to analyse the ongoing Chinese takeover ‘spree’ which is currently affecting Europe. I’ve decided to look…
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Experts ask: are value investors and activist investors alike? 

Nery Alaev writes about the similarities and differences between investors. Experts have questioned the similarities between value investors (like myself) and ‘activist’ investors who make attempts (often publicised) to change the shape of companies by attempting to place themselves on…
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Investment in UK commercial property declines

Nery Alaev writes about a drop in investment for UK commercial property. The ‘gold rush’ of investors buying commercial property in the United Kingdom may be coming to an end, according to a new set of data. Several reasons, including…
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Changes at JPMorgan’s European branch 

Nery Alaev writes about staff changes at JPMorgan. The investment bank, one of the world’s largest, has made changes to leadership at its European branch by ‘bolstering’ senior staff numbers and promoting several figures to higher roles. I’ve decided to…
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Hotel industry faces new challenges in 2016 

Nery Alaev writes about the hotel industry in Europe. Private Equity Investors have sold off their assets earlier than expected, thanks to strong demand for acquisitions from international organisations looking diversify their portfolios – this is one issue that will…
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