Rental returns of less than three percent mean that institutional investors often have to go in search of alternatives to core investments. Issues discussed by panellists include how to judge the development risks of value-add today - and which returns and investment horizons they calculate.
Thomas Rücker, RUECKERCONSULT GmbH
Douglas Edwards, CORESTATE Capital Group
Hans-Joachim Lehmann, Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate
Markus Wiedenmann, Art-Invest Real Estate
Jan Peter Annecke, Helaba
Dr. Jan Peter Annecke is heading the Real Estate Finance DACH division of Helaba since January 2019. He is responsible for all real estate financing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Before joining Helaba, Annecke was responsible for the Commercial Real Estate Financing division at Münchener Hypothekenbank eG. Annecke started his nearly 20-year financial career at Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG as Credit Analyst Central Credit Risk Management and came to Münchener Hypothekenbank eG in 2005 through further executive positions at Hypo Real Estate (today: Deutsche Pfandbriefbank)
„Value-add measures require financiers to have a very high level of structuring know-how in order to limit the risk for both the investor and the financier and to secure the profitability of the business.“
Dr. Jan Peter Annecke,
Head of Real Estate Finance DACH