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Investments | Italy Q2 2021

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A volume of 2.8 billion was recorded in Italy, down by 10% compared to the same period of 2020. However, there is strong optimism in the sector.

 

The vaccination campaign is producing the desired results and the economic outlook is positive, with upward revisions of economic growth forecasts. In
terms of asset classes, investors continue to look at those that have proven to be more resilient to the crisis: core offices, logistics and residential. The latter two also concern value-add transactions, as there is a need to create the correct product to meet the growing demand.


Investments | Italy Q2 2021

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Simone Roberti

Head of Research

Milan

Simone, as Head of Research in Italy, analyses the Italian real estate market in order to support the different business lines. The aim is to support the clients' choices in their investment and disposal decisions through data, analysis and forecasts.

Moreover, various market reports are realised on the different products, asset classes and locations, also in collaboration with the other Colliers research departments.

Finally, Simone is a member of the “Research” INREV Committee since January 2021.

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Silvio Sancilio

Head of Capital Markets

Milan

Silvio Sancilio heads the Capital Markets division for Colliers Italia and leads a team of professionals specialised in the Office, Living, Logistics, Hotel and Retail Asset Classes.

As a professional with over 15 years of experience in real estate, Silvio has consolidated experience in both the national and international real estate sector, having held important roles in Unicredit, where he managed a portfolio of over € 10 billion in 19 countries, and JLL Italia, where he headed the Office Capital Markets department. Over the years, he has worked on real estate transactions amounting to over € 8 billion, with particular mention going to the acquisition of Immobilien Holding in Austria and Monte Rosa 91, the sale of Melchiorre Gioia 22 and Torre Velasca in Milan and the “I Tolentini” complex in Rome.

Silvio Sancilio has a Degree in Architectural Engineering, followed by an MBA obtained in Italy and the United States.

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