Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Amundi Real Estate (Amundi) on the acquisition of the 130,000 square meter Zalando logistics center in Lahr, south west Germany from Goodman Group.
Amundi is one of Europe's largest asset managers and ranks among the top 10 worldwide, managing assets worth €1.653 billion in six major global investment centers.
The Norton Rose Fulbright team was led by partner Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel (lead, Hamburg), partner Tino Duttiné (Tax, Frankfurt) and partner Tim Schaper (Hamburg). They were also supported by associate Sven-Christoph Riepke, Phil-Kim Jung, Tobias Teichner, counsel Bernd Schneider, counsel Dr. Felix Dinger (all Hamburg) and associates Jan Quandt and Robert Schmidt (Tax, Frankfurt).
Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel commented:
“We are pleased to have advised our longstanding client, Amundi, on the acquisitions of this state-of-the art logistics center. Notwithstanding wider market conditions, the retail real estate sector remains an attractive long term investment.”
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