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Adrian Karczewicz on investor attraction towards Romania

2 MIN READSeptember 24, 2019

Adrian Karczewicz, Head of Divestment CEE at Skanska, talks about which current cities and countries in Central Eastern Europe are currently looking at the most profitable for inward investment.

This interview took place during a networking break at the 21st annual Europe GRI, where the world’s leading real estate decision makers gather to discuss current trends. This is part of GRI Hub’s Europe GRI Interview series. 

An excerpt of the interview can be found below.

About Adrian Karczewicz

As Head of Divestments at Skanska’s commercial development unit in CEE, Adrian is responsible for sourcing buyers and conducting transaction processes in Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. While working at Skanska, Adrian has divested over 35 office buildings totaling almost EUR 1.6 bn. He contributed to Skanska’s 2018 record performance in CEE by leading divestment processes regarding 9 assets sold for a total amount of EUR 431 million. Adrian started his professional career in 1997 at Gerald Eve International. He went on to work for Knight Frank and GE Capital Golub Real Estate. Prior to joining Skanska in 2013, he worked for Echo Investment as the director responsible for the company’s asset divestments.


Adrian also spoke about the new trend of South Korean capital finding it's way into Europe, which can be found on the GRI Hub here

For more information on the quickly developing CEE market, CEE GRI takes place on the 19-20 May 2020.


Article by Matt Harris
 

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