Mazars @ EXPO REAL 2016
Once again Mazars will participate in this year’s EXPO REAL, the International Trade Fair for Property and Investment held on October 4-6 in Munich, Germany. Our Real Estate leaders from around the world will be attending this annual event and look forward to meeting you.
EXPO REAL is Europe's largest real estate and investment trade fair with over 1,700 exhibitors and 37000 participants from 74 countries. It represents the whole supply chain of the international real estate sector—all the important sectors are there, from conception and design through investment and financing, realization and marketing to operation and use.
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We are looking forward to meeting you at EXPO Real 2016 and invite you to our keynote speeches on Wednesday October 5th, 2016.
At 12:00 noon : “Project Developer meets Investment Fund – How to plan transactions” (German)
At 4:00 PM “Implication of the EU - directive on credit agreements for consumers relating to residential immovable property (“Wohnimmobilienkreditrichtlinie”) on the real estate industry” (German)
Hans-Joachim Beck, former judge and currently head of Tax of IVD will discuss with you about the current development in the industry.
Or simply come by at our stand in Hall A1, 014 and meet our real estate experts! To arrange a meeting, please contact one of our representatives below.
Building your Success
At Mazars, we have a skilled and experienced multidisciplinary team of professionals who are passionate about their sector and are well positioned to work with and advise you on all aspects of your real estate and property requirements. Our global reach means that we are able to support your international transactions in multiple jurisdictions.
2016 construction study
It is obvious that 2015 marked a slight recovery for our sample of major construction groups with an upturn in business and improved operating margins. Growth continues at both sectoral and geographic levels, with a boost in the energy and services sector and growth in business outside of Europe. However, companies are still affected by developments in their domestic markets, as can be seen in France, where construction groups are impacted by a still-sluggish home market.
Frederik Habers Amsterdam, The Netherlands