Real estate
1:04 13 January 2022
Post by: WBJ

Griffin Real Estate is changing to Griffin Capital Partners

Griffin Real Estate is changing to Griffin Capital Partners
Source: Griffin Capital Partners

The largest privately-owned investment and asset manager in private equity and real estate in CEE, Griffin Real Estate has announced changing its name to Griffin Capital Partners. The name change is accompanied by a refreshed visual identity, underlining the strategic direction towards private equity that the company has already taken.

“As the most active and innovative investor in the region in the last 15 years, our name has been recognized not only in Poland but also in the CEE market. While our activities were mostly connected to the real estate sector, our investment strategy has been moving forward in recent years, creating operational platforms related to real estate, and expanding our range of investments into pure private equity. Although we are proud of our long track record and the multiple innovative concepts that we have introduced to the Polish real estate market, we want our name to truly reflect the broadened scope of our company – private equity, real estate, and our skilled team of experts,” Maciej Dyjas, Managing Partner at Griffin Capital Partners, said. 

“Our recent purchase of a major stake in PAD-RES, a leading developer in the clean energy asset space in Poland, is a good example of the direction in which we are heading. Looking ahead, we want our name to reflect our future-oriented mindset,” Nebil Senman, Managing Partner at Griffin Capital Partners, added.

(WBJ)


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