Published at: 2014-05-05 20:59 | Author: CIJ - Poland
Industrial sector transactions were at the top of the list of major investments last year, and the biggest of the deals had a decidedly CEE/Polish flavor to them. TPG and its partner Ivanhoé Cambridge took over P3 last year to get access both to the company’s portfolio as well as to its ability to provide a platform for further investment on a larger scale.
But last year also marked another important deal for Poland, as Norges Bank Investment Management made a deal to create a JV with Prologis. It was also last year that Segro announced its plans to form a €1bn joint venture with Public Sector Pension Investment Board, Canada’s largest pension fund.

These deals, which impact heavily on the Polish market, are all the more remarkable in that industrial and logistics park owners are still waiting for the sector to pick up, both in terms of tenant d...

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