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21st Austria weekly - S Immo, UBM, Austrian Financial Market Authority (30/12/2020)

03.01.2021

S Immo, UBM: The joint venture partners, UBM Development (66%) and S Immo (34%), sold the prestigious QBC 1&2 project to EPH European Property Holdings as a forward deal already in mid-2019. The closing has now taken place on 29 December 2020. The selling price for the QBC 1&2 and underground garage totals over Euro 230 mn, whereby more than Euro 150 mn are attributable to UBM and roughly Euro 80 mn to S Immo. The closing covered the QBC 1&2 office properties with 38,700 m2 of rentable space and an underground garage with nearly 680 parking spaces. The QBC 1&2 is currently one of the most popular office sites in Vienna, which shows that the demand for high-quality office space at prime locations is still high. “The project was completed on schedule despite two lockdowns“, explains Thomas G. Winkler, CEO of UBM Development AG on the successful closing.  Ernst Vejdovszky, CEO of S Immo AG, underscores his satisfaction: “This successful sale – in spite of the complicated conditions – marks the end of a flagship project.“
S Immo: weekly performance: 2.29%
UBM: weekly performance: 0.00%

Austrian Financial Market Authority: 594 victims of financial fraud contacted the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) in 2020 – an all-time high in an increasing trend over a period of several years. The average loss sustained is around 42,000 Euro per person. Around 40% of victims of fraud were contacted by telephone – a practice known as “cold calling” and were offered investments that apparently promised high returns during the course of the telephone call. Around 60% lost their money over the Internet – with “insider” tips and financial products promising large returns with a low risk attached being the most frequent bait. Around half of all fraud methods are based on investments in crypto assets. “Unfortunately, we have been observing an increase in investment-based fraud for a number of years. Financial fraudsters lure their victims into the trap with unrealistic promises, generally promising high returns with a low risk attached”, the FMA’s Executive Directors, Helmut Ettl and Eduard Müller warn, and also advise people to be cautious: “What appears too good to be true, is usually not true!” The FMA considers the prevailing low interest environment and digital transformation to be reasons for the strong increase – the number of victims has doubled compared to 2017: an ever increasing number of people are investing online in products that are apparently particularly lucrative. 

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/12/2020)


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21st Austria weekly - S Immo, UBM, Austrian Financial Market Authority (30/12/2020)


03.01.2021


S Immo, UBM: The joint venture partners, UBM Development (66%) and S Immo (34%), sold the prestigious QBC 1&2 project to EPH European Property Holdings as a forward deal already in mid-2019. The closing has now taken place on 29 December 2020. The selling price for the QBC 1&2 and underground garage totals over Euro 230 mn, whereby more than Euro 150 mn are attributable to UBM and roughly Euro 80 mn to S Immo. The closing covered the QBC 1&2 office properties with 38,700 m2 of rentable space and an underground garage with nearly 680 parking spaces. The QBC 1&2 is currently one of the most popular office sites in Vienna, which shows that the demand for high-quality office space at prime locations is still high. “The project was completed on schedule despite two lockdowns“, explains Thomas G. Winkler, CEO of UBM Development AG on the successful closing.  Ernst Vejdovszky, CEO of S Immo AG, underscores his satisfaction: “This successful sale – in spite of the complicated conditions – marks the end of a flagship project.“
S Immo: weekly performance: 2.29%
UBM: weekly performance: 0.00%

Austrian Financial Market Authority: 594 victims of financial fraud contacted the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) in 2020 – an all-time high in an increasing trend over a period of several years. The average loss sustained is around 42,000 Euro per person. Around 40% of victims of fraud were contacted by telephone – a practice known as “cold calling” and were offered investments that apparently promised high returns during the course of the telephone call. Around 60% lost their money over the Internet – with “insider” tips and financial products promising large returns with a low risk attached being the most frequent bait. Around half of all fraud methods are based on investments in crypto assets. “Unfortunately, we have been observing an increase in investment-based fraud for a number of years. Financial fraudsters lure their victims into the trap with unrealistic promises, generally promising high returns with a low risk attached”, the FMA’s Executive Directors, Helmut Ettl and Eduard Müller warn, and also advise people to be cautious: “What appears too good to be true, is usually not true!” The FMA considers the prevailing low interest environment and digital transformation to be reasons for the strong increase – the number of victims has doubled compared to 2017: an ever increasing number of people are investing online in products that are apparently particularly lucrative. 

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/12/2020)




 

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