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CFO Lars Schnidrig To Leave Corestate Capital Holding S.A. At His Own Request
Corestate Sells Limes Park In Sulzbach Near Frankfurt
Corestate Completes Takeover Of Aggregate Financial Services
Corestate Capital Holding SA is a Luxembourg-based company engaged in the financial industry. The Company is a lessor of real estate property. The Company is an integrated investment manager, that covers the entire lifecycle of an investment. It co-invests in its product offering via alignment capital. With its group companies, Corestate Capital Holding SA offers the range of real estate investment management services, such as investment, fund, asset, property and facility management. The Company’s key market is Germany. Its additional activities focus on other European countries, such as Austria and Spain, as well as the Benelux countries. The Company operates through Helvetic Financial Services AG and Atos Capital.
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4 Rue Jean Monnet
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Hermann Anton Wagner
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Chief Investment Officer, Member of the Management Board
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* CORESTATE POSITIONS ITSELF TO WEATHER THE CRISIS AND REPORTS FIRST QUARTER OF 2020
* PLANNED DIVIDEND MAY NOT BE DISTRIBUTED ON 30 APRIL 2020 AS THIS WOULD BE SUBJECT TO A CORRESPONDING RESOLUTION ON APPROPRIATION OF PROFIT BY AGM
Short seller Muddy Waters has acquired a short position in Luxemburg-based in real-estate investment firm Corestate Capital <CCAG.DE>, a filing in Germany's federal gazette showed.
Two German property firms on Wednesday said they plan to invest 1 billion euros ($1.14 billion) to develop tiny apartments with communal facilities across Europe in the next three to five years, with a big U.S. expansion by the co-living operator expected in 2019.
German property firms Corestate Capital Holding and Medici Living plan to invest 1 billion euros ($1.14 billion) in developing tiny apartments with communal facilities in the next three to five years, the two firms said on Wednesday.
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