Issue 208 : April 15th 2014
UK-based European fund manager Meyer Bergman will continue to look for investments in London neighbourhoods and Central and Eastern Europe.
The company said that it would target prime locations and was increasingly focused on individual, major assets which are often family office or privately-owned.
Troubled French grocery giant Carrefour announced modest improvements in its sales performance last week, as changes to the focus for the business began to take shape.
Carrefour also announced a new logistics strategy and one of the key retail family groups bought a significant stake in the business, perhaps indicating global synergies.
European investor CBRE Global Investors believes that funds must adjust their portfolios to the modern realities of omni-channel retail.
Such an approach means repositioning and revaluing assets, the company told RPA.