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Holtzbrinck Buchverlage chooses Xpublisher

first_img Twitter Facebook Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Holtzbrinck Buchverlage chooses Xpublisher Twittercenter_img TAGS  Previous articleExperity Tapped by CityMD to Optimize Operations and Truncate Patient Wait TimesNext articleExasol Rated Best-in-Class Across 10 Measures in Dresner’s ADI Report 2021 Digital AIM Web Support MUNICH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Going forward, Holtzbrinck Buchverlage will leverage the Xpublisher editorial system to support its media asset management. With S. Fischer, Rowohlt, Droemer Knaur, Kiepenheuer & Witsch, and Argon AVE, Holtzbrinck Buchverlage is one of the largest publishing groups in Germany. “We are very proud to partner with Holtzbrinck Buchverlage in this endeavor,” explains Matthias Kraus, founder and managing director of software specialist Xpublisher GmbH. Learn more about Xpublisher GmbH and its products. About Xpublisher GmbH Xpublisher is a leading provider in the multichannel publishing space, delivering intuitive solutions for creating, managing, and automating magazine, book, and documentation publishing with Xeditor and Xpublisher. Xpublisher was founded in 2009 and is based in Munich, Germany. The company operates a US subsidiary and has been part of the Fabasoft Group since 2019. Numerous leading international companies and organizations in the publishing, aerospace, technology, education, and public administration sectors together with a host of other industries have already placed their trust in Xpublisher’s products. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005694/en/ CONTACT: Lucia Adler-Baumann Marketing Communications Manager Office: +49 (0)89 54726178-35 [email protected] KEYWORD: GERMANY EUROPE INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY OTHER COMMUNICATIONS PUBLISHING SPECIALTY MARKETING ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNICATIONS BOOKS RETAIL SOFTWARE SOURCE: Xpublisher GmbH Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 09:02 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 09:02 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005694/en Local NewsBusiness By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 WhatsApplast_img read more

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Danish pension fund ATP invests €475m in Belgian real estate

first_imgHe said: “We have previously announced that ATP Real Estate will increase its focus on this type of real estate assets in both Denmark and internationally.”The joint venture bought shares in the company that owns the property from listed Belgian group Cofinimmo.Late last year, Nielsen told IP Real Estate ATP was moving away from investments in funds and looking for greater, more direct control over its investments.“We have moved away from fund investment, simply because we find that, by investing directly, we can be in better control – in terms of where we put our money, when we buy, how we manage the investment and when we exit it,” Nielsen said, adding that pricing for core deals – such as North Galaxy – was “getting more and more aggressive”.ATP has a property allocation of DKK4.6bn (€616m), with 40% of this in direct investments in Denmark and 60% of it invested in Europe and the US.Brussels investment volumes rose last year to €2.17bn, up 7% on 2012 and at its highest level since 2008, according to Savills.Despite the city’s high vacancy (9.5%), the office sector has attracted international investors. In a joint venture with Hannover Leasing, Chinese institutional Gingko Tree paid €300m for the Belair scheme development. Danish pension fund ATP has bought a Brussels office property in a joint venture with local institution AXA Belgium.The 90/10 partnership paid €475m for the North Galaxy asset in the north of the Belgian capital, let to Belgium’s Ministry of Finance on a long-term lease.The deal is ATP’s first with AXA Real Estate, which will manage the 151,000 sqm property on behalf of the joint venture.ATP Real Estate chief executive Michael Nielsen said the core investment matched the fund’s pursuit of “long and stable cash flows from well-located properties with low risk”.last_img read more

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