The Corona Pandemic is changing our everyday life, economic cycles and society at an unprecedented pace. Slumps in demand are being offset by aid packages worth billions. How is this situation affecting the German real estate market? Colliers conducted telephone interviews with top decision-makers in the real estate industry between 19.03.-27.03.2020. These key players are managing around 500 billion euros in assets under management.
Chief Executive Officer | Germany
March 2017 – today Chief Executive Officer Germany
2011 – 2016 Managing Director – Axa Investment Managers Real Assets
2003 – 2011 Managing Director – Deutsche Bank
1992 – 2003 Jones Lang LaSalle – Managing Director
Head of Capital Markets | Germany
I have been active in the real estate sector for about 20 years. Previously, Managing Director at Eastdil Securd I was repsonsible for growing the company’s business throughout Germany. Prior to that I worked at JLL, where most recently I was Regional Director and Head of their Frankfurt Office Investment team, responsible for large volume transactions such as Commerzbank Towers (EUR 700mn) to Samsung, Messeturm (c.300mn) to Blackstone and Skyper to Allianz (c. EUR 300mn). Beside portfolio and single asset investment sales I have experience in corporate finance, letting/tenant representation and valuations.
Head of Portfolio Investment & Advisory | Germany
Monica has joined Colliers International Frankfurt in August 2017 as Analyst for the German Management Board (CEO Matthias Leube, COO Julius Bender). Furthermore she is supporting the Capital Markets Leadership Team Germany.
Before she worked in the Real Estate Investment Services team at PwC Frankfurt and for Feuring Hotelconsulting in Mainz.
Head of Research | Germany
Susanne joined Colliers International Holding GmbH in February 2016 as Head of Research Germany. Before, she worked as a Senior Research Analyst for Hypothekenbank Frankfurt / Eurohypo, a specialist bank for real estate and public finance for almost 12 years. Susanne was also Research Analyst with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Offene Immobilienfonds (DEGI) GmbH, the property related investment company of Allianz Dresdner Property Group (now part of Aberdeen).