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Aachener Straße 186

D-50933 - Köln

Germany

 +49 221 39905 372

Kai Schubart

Director, Transaction Management, CORPUS SIREO Asset Management Residential, Germany

Kai Schubart joined CORPUS SIREO, the leading German service provider for real estate asset and fund management with a strong track record in transaction management, in 2004. As Head of Transaction Management Residential he was responsible for the sales division at “IMMEO” (formerly ThyssenKrupp real estate), a joint venture between CORPUS SIREO and Morgan Stanley. He then moved on to CORPUS SIREO’s Investment Brokerage division, where he led the Consulting Department for five years. There, Kai and his team advised national and international banks on the valuation and business planning of real estate companies as well as taking over sales mandates for international investors. Kai was appointed Director of International Client Management at CORPUS SIREO in 2012 where his responsibilities combined the expertise in asset and transaction management for German real estate with international client management, especially assisting French investors in investments in Germany. In 2014 Kai was appointed as Director, Transaction Management for Corpus Sireo Asset Management Residential. Besides general acquisition he is responsible for the sourcing of residential properties for the Asset Management mandate of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (formerly RREEF Management).

Presentations and TV Report

Germany Investment Briefing

European Investment Briefing...

European Investment Briefing...

Germany Investment Briefing

Germany Investment Briefing

Germany Investment Briefing

Germany Investment Briefing

European Outlook 2013

European Outlook 2013

Germany Investment Briefing

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London, JB

Oct 16

Germany Investment Briefing
Paris, FR

Nov 22

European Outlook 2013
Paris, FR

May 23

Germany Investment Briefing
Paris, FR

Nov 26

European Investment Briefing – Outlook 2014
London, LF

Sep 16

Germany Investment Briefing

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