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ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Anne-Jan Jager"

Why Tristan Divested Major Portfolio

Norway Norway — Anne-Jan Jager, Director, and Jean-Philippe Blangy, Head of Asset Management at Tristan Capital Partners, on their view on the Norwegian real estate market and why the timing for a major retail divestment was right.

Challenges and Benefits on the Finnish Real Estate Market

Finland Finland — Anne-Jan Jager, Director at Tristan, on their fund’s latest investment, his view on the Finnish market right now and which areas in the country that are the most interesting to invest in.

Tristan Fund Buys Five Office Buildings in Helsinki

Finland Finland — CCP 5 LL, the core-plus perpetual fund advised by Tristan Capital Partners, has acquired off-market a group of office buildings in Helsinki.

Here Is Tristan's Next Nordic Acquisition

Nordic — Anne-Jan Jager, Director at Tristan Capital Partners, tells Nordic Property News why office tenant demands will increase in Norway and where Tristan’s next major investment is.

Tristan Fund Acquires Oslo Offices for EUR 57 Million

Norway Norway — Tristan Capital Partners’ EPISO 4 opportunity real estate fund and Malling and Co Project Finance have acquired three multi-let office buildings in Oslo from Tveten Park AS for EUR 57 million.

Tristan Capital Partners on the Challenges with Entering Norway

Norway Norway — Anne-Jan Jager, Director at Tristan Capital Partners: “A new foreign investor trying to enter the Norwegian core market is currently faced with several challenges.”

"Oslo Will Continue to Experience Positive Effects"

Norway Norway — Anne-Jan Jager, Director at Tristian Capital Partners, tells Nordic Property News of the major office acquisition, the state of the Norwegian economy and Tristian’s future in Norway and the other Nordic countries.

Tristan's Long-Life Fund Makes First Finnish Acquisition

Finland Finland — CCP 5, a long-life core-plus fund advised by pan-European investment manager Tristan Capital Partners, has acquired two interconnected modern office buildings in Aviapolis, next to Helsinki Airport for around EUR 34M. The properties are the first Finnish assets in the Fund.