BGP – The Company And Its Mission

BGP is a European Real Estate investment company with around €1.3 billion in assets in Germany, France and Denmark. From its beginnings in 2005 as a joint venture between Australian companies Babcock & Brown and the GPT Group. BGP was restructured in 2009 as an independent company with over 58,000 shareholders. Its mission is to manage its assets with a view to ultimate repatriation of value to these shareholders.

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  • INTERNOS sells MKV in Munich to Marathon on behalf of BGP Investment

    6 October 2014

    INTERNOS Global Investors Limited ('INTERNOS'), the €4 billion owner-managed real estate fund management firm, has sold MKV, a mixed-use retail/logistics asset in inner Munich, Germany, to MCAP Global Finance, Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of New York based investment adviser Marathon Asset Management. The disposal was completed on behalf of BGP Investment, the former joint venture between Australian companies Babcock & Brown and the GPT Group.

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  • BGP formulates exit strategy for German residential portfolio

    The Australian - September 2014

    The investment vehicle that GPT Group spun off in the depths of the global financial crisis to hold its stake in a series of European assets has appointed investment bank Lazard to advise on exit strategies that could see its €1 billion-plus German residential portfolio floated in Europe or sold off privately next year.

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  • BGP Investment sells HBI Netherlands portfolio for €106 million

    BGP Investment - July 2014

    BGP Investment has sold the HBI Netherlands portfolio (HBI), to Hansteen Holdings PLC for a total consideration of €106 million. BGP was advised by Internos Global Investors in the sale.

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  • BGP Retail Assets acquired by French Fund

    BGP Investment - July 2014

    INTERNOS Global Investors Limited, the €4 billion owner-managed real estate fund management firm, announces the acquisition of its first two retail park assets in Rottenburg and Moosburg (Bavaria), Germany for €15.9m.

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