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EMEA Capital Markets Snapshot | Q3 2021

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A resurgence of ambitious deal-making in many European markets continues into Q3 2021.


It is increasingly clear that investors view reports of the death of the office as much exaggerated, with milestone office deals concluded this quarter in tier-one cities such as Frankfurt, London and Milan. Core locations in capital cities remain the key investor focus in Europe’s largest economies, particularly in the office sector, but second-tier cities are also attracting attention.

Logistics assets continue to act as an investment magnet amid the e-commerce revolution and supply chain challenges thrown up by the pandemic. Appetite for hard-hit retail and hospitality properties is still relatively subdued, but bright spots are beginning to emerge, such as Spain’s hotel sector. Both retail and institutional investors continue to demonstrate interest in the residential and particularly the build-to-rent (BTR) sector. Access the full report below.


Investors flock to regional hubs in France

France’s regional cities are seeing a surge of capital into logistics and commercial assets, with a marked presence of foreign investors. While overall transaction volumes through Q3 are down on last year, the number of transactions has shown less of a decline, as the market has refocused on smaller deals, particularly in the €50 million to €100 million bracket.

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EMEA Capital Markets Snapshot | Q3 2021

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Philippe Ravoire



Philippe has been working at Cushman & Wakefield since 2005, where he held various positions. He began as a real estate consultant with the Office Rental Agency, then moved on to the position of Associate Manager and Key Account Manager, then Director of the Corporate Services department dedicated to users. Since 2014, he has held the position of Partner in the Capital Markets department. 

In 2019, Philippe joins the new management team of Colliers Global Investors as Deputy Managing Director and brings to it his experience in the sourcing of investment opportunities as well as his relationships with numerous French and international investors. Today, Philippe has joined the Capital Markets department of Colliers France in order to pursue and strengthen the development of this strategic activity for the group.

He is a graduate of IDRAC Lyon and ISC Paris.

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