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Capital Markets

Strategic advisory services relating to major property transactions



The Capital Markets team offers highly qualified sell- and buy-side advisory services in transactions involving property companies, single assets and property portfolios. Supported by our significant network and ongoing contact with major domestic and international investors, companies and banks, we provide advice based on theoretical and analytical rationale and taking into account current market sentiment. In doing so, we constantly strive to maintain our position as market leader in our field.

 

Products and services

  • Sell-side and buy-side advisory services for property companies, single assets and property portfolios
  • Traditional property agency services, extending to complex structured asset or share deals, including sale & lease back arrangements
  • Drafting and professional design of sales materials and transfer documents
  • Strategic investor advisory services, ranging from business plans to project management
  • Assistance in due diligence proceedings and verification of commercial assumptions
  • Assistance in the drafting of prospectus material in connection with property fund set-ups and the issue of property asset-backed securities

On 23rd September our Colliers Capital Markets leaders from around the world came together to discuss the current trends, challenges, and opportunities for the Real Estate industry. Our experts also provided their views of What’s Next? for the investment market in Q4 and beyond. Click here to watch the live recording.
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Latest news

28 Nov 2022

Prominent office building sold in the Copenhagen CBD

Collies was sell-side advisor in the recent sale of the property overlooking the Copenhagen Lakes. The buyer is Danica Ejendomme.
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26 Oct 2022

Danish pension funds sell prominent department stores in billion-kroner transaction

Colliers sell-side advisor to ATP and PensionDanmark in sale of Magasin properties back to the department store owner.
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