Colliers' Strategy to Double Revenue by 2025

Denmark Denmark — Colliers in Denmark makes a change in leadership. Peter Winther transitions into a new role as Executive Director for Capital Markets and is succeeded in the CEO chair by Carsten Gørtz Petersen. The new CEO tells Nordic Property News about the change, what he hopes to accomplish in his new role, how Colliers will further strengthen their position and how the industry is becoming more professionalized.

Colliers: “2021 Will Be One of the Busiest Years Ever”

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers Denmark, on the transaction boom in Q1, why he still is confident in an increase of Danish property deals this year, and the importance of cross border cooperation between the different teams in all Nordic countries.

Daniel Gorosch Looks to Make Colliers into a Powerhouse

Sweden Sweden — As new CEO, Daniel Gorosch looks to make Colliers into a powerhouse in Sweden. He tells Nordic Property News about his new role, about Colliers’ ambitions to become one of the leading advisors, the possibility of Nordic collaboration and about how he views the transaction market.

Daniel Gorosch Appointed New CEO of Colliers

Sweden Sweden — Colliers appoints Daniel Gorosch as CEO in Sweden. Current CEO Dan Törnsten becomes Chairman of the Board.

Europa Capital Makes Residential Investment in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Europa Capital’s core fund completes acquisition of 178 residential units in Copenhagen for EUR 88 million.

What Makes the Odense Market so Hot

Denmark Denmark — Odense keeps catching the eye of investors. Martin Pedersen, Director and Partner at Colliers, tells Nordic Property News of the growing interest in the Odense market, what makes the city attractive to investors and what the hottest segments are.

Danish Expectations for the Transaction Market in 2021

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers Denmark: “We may well see a new record for transaction activity in Q1.”

"A Boost for the Regional Cities"

Sweden Sweden — The Swedish market continues to be interesting for investors. Alongside the big cities, the regional cities have flourished as a market where, above all, domestic buyers invest their money. Joachim Svedberg, Acting Head of Capital Markets, tells Nordic Property News about the interest, development and which regional cities are expected to have the strongest future.

New International Investors Are Heading for the Nordics

Nordic — Eased travel restrictions and increase vaccination rates are indicators that transactions with international investors are expected to increase in Sweden and the Nordics in 2021. Joachim Svedberg, Acting Head of Capital Markets at Colliers, tells Nordic Property News which new investors are targeting the area, which segments and cities they are interested in and how the Nordic capitals rank for foreign investors.

The Real Estate Profile on the US Election: “Trump Has Supported the Economy”

Nordic — Some uncertainty regarding the outcome of the US election. Colliers’ Danish CEO Peter Winther shares his thoughts about the possible results and future investment effects.

After the Giant Deal in Central Copenhagen: More Large Transactions to Come

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark: ”We expect a strong deal flow.”

Swiss Investor Enters the Swedish Market

Sweden Sweden — Swiss AFIAA has made its first property acquisition in Sweden with a purchase in central Stockholm.

Jeudan Acquires Large Copenhagen Portfolio

Denmark Denmark — LB Forsikring has sold a portfolio of six Copenhagen domicile buildings as part of the company’s relocation to new headquarters at Amerika Plads. The buyer is Jeudan, in one of the biggest property transactions in the Copenhagen K district for years.

Colliers Names New Head of Leasing and Industrial & Logistics in Sweden

Sweden Sweden — Mikael Wallner joins Colliers.

Colliers’ Copenhagen HQ to Relocate

Denmark Denmark — Denmark’s largest commercial property agent has outgrown its existing central Copenhagen premises at Palægade. In June, the Colliers head office therefore relocates to Toldbodgade 33.

”Retail Is Still an Important Part of the Portfolio”

Nordic — Damian Harrington, Head of Research, Colliers EMEA, on the European challenges in the retail sector and whether Brexit affects the Nordic retail market.

Colliers Appoints Head of Valuation

Sweden Sweden — Colliers International launches the new business area Valuation, which will be headed by Caj Virta.

Genesta Sells Prime Office Property in Copenhagen for EUR 190 Million

Denmark Denmark — Genesta sells the prime office property Kalvebod Brygge 32 in central Copenhagen for DKK 1 420 million (EUR 190 million) on behalf of Genesta Nordic Real Estate Fund II (GNRE Fund II) to the Swedish listed real estate company Klövern.

Ari Vanhanen Named CEO of Colliers Finland

Finland Finland — Colliers International has appointed Ari Vanhanen as its new CEO in Finland with immediate effect. In his new role, Vanhanen will have overall leadership responsibility for Colliers’ strategic direction and continued business growth in Finland.

Local Investor Acquires Office Property in Aarhus

Denmark Denmark — Colliers International has brokered the sale of the property in Risskov to a local investor.

Colliers Strengthens Position in Aarhus

Denmark Denmark — Colliers takes over Butikskompagniets team in Aarhus.

Asian Investors Target Denmark: “A New Trend”

Denmark Denmark — Denmark is still very much in the eye of foreign investors. In the first half of 2019, they accounted for well over 40 percent of the total volume of transactions over MDKK 100. Among is a new group of international investors. Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark, tells Nordic Property News of the foreign interest and the new trend with investors from Asia.

Major Decline in Danish Transaction Volumes

Denmark Denmark — The Danish transaction volumes in H1 2019 dropped to approximately DKK 19 billion, compared to DKK 30 billion in the same period 2018. Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark, tells Nordic Property News of the reasons for the decline and where he predicts the transaction volume for 2019 to end up.

Strong Foreign Interest for Danish Logistics Properties

Denmark Denmark — The international investors are in the market for Danish logistics. Anders Holm, Director at Colliers, tells Nordic Property News what makes Danish logistics attractive, where the international investors are coming from and how the foreign interest will develop going forward.

International Investor Buys Four Logistics Properties in Horsens

Denmark Denmark — A logistics fund, represented by M7 Real Estate, acquires four logistics properties in Horsens from Milton Group.