The Capital Markets team provides professional investment consulting services to real estate investors, developers, finance institutions and occupiers.
We aim to optimise current market position by maximising the value of the property, creating the right conditions for acquisition, seeking appropriate financing terms and advising on investment criteria.
Our professional team provides first class investment consulting services to our clients using up to date local and regional market intel and extensive track record.
Our services include:
• Vendor representation
• Purchaser representation
• Due diligence management
• Market research
• Risk assessment
• Investment analysis
• Investment appraisal
• Sale and leaseback structures
• Structuring complex transactions.
Meet our Capital Markets professionals!
Director, Head of Investment | Hungary
Bence Vécsey joined Colliers International in 2013 as Director and Head of Investment Services and has been responsible for management and operations of the team in Hungary helping the firm to establish itself as the leading investment consultancy business in the country. Bence graduated from the Budapest University of Economics Sciences with majors in Capital Markets and Corporate Finance and was a member of RICS.
Bence’s scope of responsibilities includes structuring and execution of property sale and acqusition processes, commercial due diligence and advisory, commercial negotiation of sale and purchase contracts and supplementary transactional documentation in addition to deal coordination in order to ensure that clients’ milestones are met successfully and on time.
Associate | Hungary
Márton’s experience prior to Colliers includes advisory services and research to key international clients at KPMG.
Besides being a prudent business consultant, he is an avid design enthusiast having worked on the largest development project in Budapest, the Liget Budapest, and at Design Terminal, the Hungarian think tank for designers.
Márton studied architecture and had received his MA in Economic Analysis.