Slovenian Real Estate development Forum 2017


7th September 2017


BTC – Kristalna palača

Ljubljana

Meet the best experts, trends and business opportunities


Real Estate Development Forum, which has evolved from the traditional Slovenian real estate conference and has a 12 years tradition, was created to bring together all stakeholders who are important for the development of the market. It is focused on topics of investments, banks, new and ongoing real estate projects, real estate funds and urban development.

The participants are representatives of Slovenian companies with real estate portfolio, potential investors, representatives of real estate agencies, representatives from financial, public and insurance sector in charge related to real estate market in Slovenia, asset managers, property management companies, creative industry representatives (architects) and representatives of smart city development concept.


Program board 2017

  • Mr. Matjaž Filipič, partner, KF Finance d.o.o.
  • Mr. Luka Prebil, Assistant Director, BTC d.d.
  • Mr. Miran Gajšek, Msc, Head of urban planning department, City of Ljubljana
  • Mr. Matej Skočir, Head od internationalisation and Foreign Direct Investment Division, SPIRIT Slovenia, Public Agency
  • Mr. Klemen Fajmut, Senior Consultant, Investment Property Management Division, NLB d. d.
  • Ms. Saša Mrak, MBA, Head of Real Estate development Forum

Ljubljana Research Forum - the first structured analysis of the market that responds to key questions of international investors and other international guests

Ljubljana Research Forum stems from the concept of an international market research of commercial real estate, which provides a comprehensive insight into the key market segments of office premises in Ljubljana. The survey is based on international definitions and analyses of the key aspects of the market, which are important for international investors, and covers concepts such as classification of buildings by type of building, the average annual rent (take-up rate), analysis of lease conditions and vacancy left. In cooperation with international houses JLL and Colliers and led by KF Finance this is the first structured analysis of the market that responds to key questions of international investors, who are increasingly present on the Slovenian real estate market.

Join us at the exclusive panel debate with international experts from global real estate companies such as Colliers in JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle group).


And more:

  • What are the world FDI trends and how do they influence Slovenian market?
  • Local and regional detailed overview of the real estate markets
  • Meet the upcoming and ongoing real estate projects of Slovenia: Airport Business Park, Cukrarna, Emonika etc.
  • Role of cities, their development and public-private partnership in bigger investment projects
  • Real Estate relating to infrastructure, logistic and traffic development
  • Slovenia as a source for alternative investment projects
  • Main round table debate with experts from different fields of the real estate market


Nebojša Nešovanović
National Director, Head of Valuation SEE
Jones Lang LaSalle group
Filip Vučagić
Head of investment, valuation and advisory services
Colliers International Croatia
Csaba Toth, Construction management
Prime Kapital

KGAL Group






Slovenian Real Estate market - lively again! Meet some of our projects

After a long sleepy period the Slovenian real estate market is coming to life again. From the year 2008, when real estate was most expensive, until 2015, apartment prices have dropped by one fourth on average. The prices of houses have gone down 30 percent.

Last year the drop in prices came to a halt. According to figures released by the Slovenian Statistical Office, real estate prices slightly rose by 0,8 percent. Sales have increased across the country, but there are still differences between the regions. 1,6 billion euros worth of real estate was sold last year. That's four percent more than in 2014, but still almost 30 percent less compared to 2007. More



Slovenia as an opportunity for alternative investment, Project case: geriatric center Ljubljana

Due to excessive availability of capital and intensive investments in the field of real estate primarily on developed markets, we are facing an intensive market yields compression. Therefore in last couple of years investors are more and more focusing their investments in niche real estate segments, which provide for higher yields. Slovenia can only offer limited quantity of quality investments in core segments (retail, offices, residential), however it has a competitive logistical position and natural resources for alternative investments such as: hospitals, health tourism, elderly homes, active retirement centers, student campuses, micro living facilities and data and logistics centers.


Airport Business Park

AIRPORT BUSINESS PARK is most suitable for logistic, light production and airport service support activities, although the intended use of land allows development of a broader scope of business activities. Since September 2016 construction of a new airport by-pass road is under way, which will connect the AIRPORT BUSINESS PARK directly to the A2 highway (Ljubljana – Munich). The road will be completed by year-end 2017. An amendment to the valid spatial plan is in procedure, ensuring more flexibility to investors in terms of optimized usage of construction plots. Early bird investors can expect to start construction in the second half of 2017, aiming for project closeouts in 2018.



SES - SPAR European shopping centers building most modern shopping center in ljubljana

SES Spar European Shopping Centers (SES) will the construction of a new shopping center in the most densely populated district of Ljubljana, Šiška. The value of the new and most modern shopping center in Šiška is estimated at EUR150 million and will be completed in autumn of 2019. Directly situated on the H3 city freeway, the new mall consisting of 32,000 sqm of leasable space will house an INTERSPAR hypermarket and around 90 shops, restaurants and service providers. SES entrusted the design of the structure to the renowned Austrian architecture firm ATP Architects and Engineers, which will carry out its task in cooperation with Slovenian subcontractors. More



Emonika

Bucharest-based Prime Capital, founded by South African fund NEPI, has purchased Emonika, a commercial and shopping centre that is to be part of Ljubljana's new central train and bus passenger terminal. The project includes the construction of a 59,000 sq metre shopping and entertainment centre, and 21,500 sq metres of office space. More

Cukrarna

The municipal and state administration are currently housed at thirty-two different locations in the city. The new administrative center will offer these dispersed services in one place. Cukrarna is the building, which housed the oldest industrial building in the city - a former sugar factory. It is planned to be the new joint home of the national and municipal administration. Part of the factory building will be regenerated as the building's main hall - gallery in the 1st phase.

Hotel InterContinental

Partnership between Delta Holding and InterContinental Hotels Group has been lasting since 2007 and is continued with building of hotel InterContinental in Ljubljana. These two companies have already signed the Management Agreement for Crowne Plaza Hotel Belgrade and the Development Agreement for InterContinental Hotel in Belgrade. The new five-star hotel will have 165 rooms, 2 banquet halls for 500 guests, several conference halls, a presidential suite, a spa centre with a swimming pool and fitness zone. On the 21st floor of the hotel there will be a restaurant with a panoramic view of Ljubljana. Objects gross building area is 23.322 m², of which building area of above-ground floors 17.273 m² and underground 6.049 m². The construction of InterContinental Hotel is planned to begin by the end of the year. The total investment of Delta Holding will be 42 million EUR.


Meet our speakers

Keynote opening speaker

Jure Leben, State Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure


Jure Leben was born in Ljubljana. During his schooling, he played basketball actively and he achieved several good results in school competitions and Slovenian club leagues. Basketball led him to study in the United States of America, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science (BSC) degree in Environmental Science. During his studies he did his student practice in Great Britain at the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL).
After completing his studies, he started building his business career at the TRL, where he worked in the fields of transport systems assessment, comprehensive environmental impact assessment, introduction of new technologies, and climate change. Moreover, he also led a governmental project group for hydrogen and fuel cells. At the time of his work in Great Britain, he obtained a bursary from the European Commission (Marie-Curie Fellowship) to study sustainable development.
He continued his studies in Great Britain at Oxford Brookes University, where he completed a Master of Science degree in Environmental Sciences. In his master's thesis he studied the correlation between national development indicators and the implementation of hydrogen technology and fuel cells.

In 2008, after returning to Slovenia, he took over the management of the National Centre for Renewable Energy and the Protection of the Environment, Pivka, which targeted education in the field of renewable energy and energy saving and the development of demonstration projects.

He continued his professional path at the Slovenian government office for climate change, where he was responsible for the development of policies in energy and new green technologies and the management of EU projects. He led the ALPSTAR project (18 partners from among the EU member states, the value of the project: EUR 2,800,000, the aim of the project was to prepare low-carbon strategies for the Alpine states) and the LOCSEE project (15 partners from the EU and the countries of the former Yugoslavia, the value of the project: EUR 1,520,000, the aim of the project was to raise the knowledge among the ministries of South-East Europe about the environment in the preparation of low-carbon strategies).

In 2012, he continued his work at the Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment, where he was responsible for the implementation of the Eco-label and of eco-innovation, he was the leader of the interdepartmental working group for green public procurement, construction and reconstruction of roads, and as a deputy head of the interdepartmental working group for green fiscal reform.

He is actively involved in a humanitarian organisation, which has renewed an elementary school in Guinea-Bissau, Africa. This year is the second consecutive year that the organisation has sent a full naval container of medical supplies, school essentials, suits, toys and a tractor with attachments to Africa.

 
Michael Meidlinger

CEO, Centrice Real Estate GmBH, Vienna

Michael is the CEO of Centrice Real Estate GmbH, a leading SEE asset management platform that owns and manages a modern portfolio of retail and office assets throughout SEE. Michael has more than 17 years of experience in Private Equity, Corporate Finance and Real Estate. Throughout his career he has successfully structured and executed numerous M&A transactions and has an extensive experience in developing and steering companies.

Michael is the CEO of Centrice Real Estate GmbH, a leading SEE asset management platform that owns and manages a modern portfolio of retail and office assets throughout SEE. Michael has more than 17 years of experience in Private Equity, Corporate Finance and Real Estate. Throughout his career he has successfully structured and executed numerous M&A transactions and has an extensive experience in developing and steering companies. He has been with Centrice since late 2013 and was responsible for the acquisition and restructuring of the Centrice portfolio out of a “SEE bad bank”, the set up and development of Centrice as an specialised asset management company as well as the sale of the whole group to an international PE investor. Prior joining Centrice he was CFO of an Austrian based Investment Management and Advisory firm, specializing in Portfolio Advisory and M&A for financial institutions. Before that he worked for several years as an Investment Manager for a Private Equity firm.

 
Nebojša Nešovanović

MRICS RV, National Director, Head of Valuation SEE Jones Lang LaSalle d.o.o

Mr. Nešovanović hasextensive knowledge on SEE Real Estate markets, working for more than thirteen yearsthrough the region on wide range of instructions.Based inBelgrade, Mr. Nešovanović is heading the Jones Lang LaSalle ProfessionalServices team, providing consultancy and valuation services in SEE region,through eight (8) countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina,Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania.

Based inBelgrade, Mr. Nešovanović is heading the Jones Lang LaSalle ProfessionalServices team, providing consultancy and valuation services in SEE region,through eight (8) countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina,Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania. Mr. Nešovanović has extensiveknowledge on SEE Real Estate markets, working for more than thirteen yearsthrough the region on wide range of instructions. He has been involved in hundreds of regional projectsin other Former Yugoslavia countries as well as in Bulgaria. He’s clients arethe most important companies dealing in the Real Estate sector in Serbia andthe SEE region, including all major financial institutions, funds, investors,developers and large corporates. Mr. Nešovanović’s areas of specializationinclude real estate consultancy, with a focus on development appraisal. He hadconducted and led appraisals ranging from football stadiums to large investmentportfolios.

Mr.Nešovanović had advisory role to the Serbian government during adaptationnumber of laws, including: the Law of Spatial Planning and Construction andsubsequent by – laws, the Law of Land Conversion, the Law on Real EstateValuers etc. He has published many articles in prestigious business / realestate magazines such as NIN, Ekonomist, M2 and AG Real Estate.

 
Filip Vučagić

Director of Investment, Valuation and Advisory services of Colliers Croatia

Filip Vučagić joined Colliers in 2012 as Consultant to focus on valuation for retail, office, residential, hospitality and industrial properties and on delivering investment sale projects. Prior to joining Colliers he worked in banking industry. Last employment was in in Volksbank International AG in custody and VB Invest department. His work there included valuation of financial assets (stocks, bonds, FXs, financial derivates), financial reporting and market research.

Filip Vučagić joined Colliers in 2012 as Consultant to focus on valuation for retail, office, residential, hospitality and industrial properties and on delivering investment sale projects. Prior to joining Colliers he worked in banking industry. Last employment was in in Volksbank International AG in custody and VB Invest department. His work there included valuation of financial assets (stocks, bonds, FXs, financial derivates), financial reporting and market research. In the begging of his professional career he worked in sales department in KVIG Group and as a project manager in privately held company ASV marketing. Working experience in those two companies provide me with knowledge in client relationship management, sales, presentation and analytical skills.

 
Csaba Toth

Prime Kapital, Construction management

19 YEARS OF REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE

2011-2015: Development Director,TriGranit Development; 2009-2011: CEO, TriGranit Management; 2006-2009: DeputyChief-Development Officer, TriGranit Development; Prior to 2006: SeniorFinancial Analyst, Business Development Manager at TriGranit Development.

19 YEARS OF REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE

2011-2015: Development Director, TriGranit Development; 2009-2011: CEO, TriGranit Management; 2006-2009: Deputy Chief-Development Officer, TriGranit Development; Prior to 2006: Senior Financial Analyst, Business Development Manager at TriGranit Development.

 
Toni Pugelj

Toni Pugelj, Director, SES Management Ltd

Toni Pugelj is director of Citypark Ljubljana and SES Management ltd, responsible for the forthcoming big shopping mall. SES Spar European Shopping Centers (SES) will start this June the construction of a new shopping center in the most densely populated district of Ljubljana, Šiška. The value of the new and most modern shopping center in Šiška is estimated at EUR150 million and will be completed in autumn of 2019.

SES Spar European Shopping Centers (SES) will start this June the construction of a new shopping center in the most densely populated district of Ljubljana, Šiška. The value of the new and most modern shopping center in Šiška is estimated at EUR150 million and will be completed in autumn of 2019. Directly situated on the H3 city freeway, the new mall consisting of 32,000 sqm of leasable space will house an INTERSPAR hypermarket and around 90 shops, restaurants and service providers. The mall will have 1,600 parking spaces and will feature a vibrant roof terrace with playgrounds for different sports such as badminton, volleyball, mini golf and tennis. SES entrusted the design of the structure to the renowned Austrian architecture firm ATP Architects and Engineers, which will carry out its task in cooperation with Slovenian subcontractors.

 
Matej Skočir

SPIRIT Slovenia, Head of Internationalization and Foreign Direct Investment Division

SPIRIT Slovenia is the Public Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for the Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Development, Investment and Tourism. The basic areas of activities are following: -promotion of development of Entrepreneurship, Technology, Innovation, - promotion of Internationalization and foreign direct investment and - promotion of Slovenia as a tourist destination.

SPIRIT Slovenia is the Public Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for the Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Development, Investment and Tourism. The basic areas of activities are following: -promotion of development of Entrepreneurship, Technology, Innovation, - promotion of Internationalization and foreign direct investment and - promotion of Slovenia as a tourist destination.

 
Maja Ostanek

KF Finance, Senior consultant

The company KF Finance was established in 2009. Today they are theleading financial advisory company in the region of former Yugoslavia. KFFinance group employs 100 professionals across the region that provide ourclients a comprehensive range of advisory services. The international dimensionof their clients’ projects has led them to establish subsidiary companies inthe neighbouring region. In 2014 they opened offices in Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia).

The company KF Finance was established in 2009. Today they are the leading financial advisory company in the region of former Yugoslavia. KF Finance group employs 100 professionals across the region that provide our clients a comprehensive range of advisory services. The international dimension of their clients’ projects has led them to establish subsidiary companies in the neighbouring region. In 2014 they opened offices in Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia).

 
Matjaž Filipič

KF Finance, partner

The company KF Finance was established in 2009. Today they are the leading financial advisory company in the region of former Yugoslavia. KF Finance group employs 100 professionals across the region that provide our clients a comprehensive range of advisory services. The international dimension of their clients’ projects has led them to establish subsidiary companies in the neighbouring region. In 2014 they opened offices in Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia).

The company KF Finance was established in 2009. Today they are the leading financial advisory company in the region of former Yugoslavia. KF Finance group employs 100 professionals across the region that provide our clients a comprehensive range of advisory services. The international dimension of their clients’ projects has led them to establish subsidiary companies in the neighbouring region. In 2014 they opened offices in Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia).

 
Miran Gajšek

Head of the Urban Planning Department,. City of Ljubljana

Prepares spatialstrategic, planning and executive acts, organisesand leads processes of discussing spatial acts prior to adoption, prepares professional bases for planning and executive acts, executes administrative tasks and gives information and opinions inconnection with spatial planning, implementsand maintains the spatial IT system, collects,records and analyses data on existing and anticipated spatial use andinterventions.

Prepares spatialstrategic, planning and executive acts, organisesand leads processes of discussing spatial acts prior to adoption, prepares professional bases for planning and executive acts, executes administrative tasks and gives information and opinions inconnection with spatial planning, implementsand maintains the spatial IT system, collects,records and analyses data on existing and anticipated spatial use andinterventions.

 
Andrej Lazar

Director of Real Estate Management at BAMC - ‎Bad Assets Management Company

The Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) was established in March 2013 as a company owned by Republic of Slovenia with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems. By the end of 2013, the two largest banks had been recapitalised by the government and a substantial part of their non-performing assets had been transferred to BAMC.

Without the transfer of assets to BAMC the recapitalization of the banks would not have been possible. It was an important step towards restoring credibility in the Slovenian banking sector both at home and abroad. International markets responded in the form of a substantial reduction in interest rates for Slovenian debt.

The Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) was established in March 2013 as a company owned by Republic of Slovenia with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems. By the end of 2013, the two largest banks had been recapitalised by the government and a substantial part of their non-performing assets had been transferred to BAMC. They entered 2014 with strengthened balance sheets and with sufficient capital and liquidity to start new lending and thus facilitate renewed economic growth in Slovenia.

By the end of 2014, in the context of implementing measures to improve the stability of banks, BAMC also took over the nonperforming assets of Abanka and Banka Celje and in order to more effectively manage its assets and consolidate claims against individual debtors, also purchased nonperforming loans from Probanka and Factor banka.

In February 2016 the Government of the Republic of Slovenia as General Assembly of Bank Assets Management Company d.d. agreed with the merger contracts to merge Factor banka and Probanka to BAMC as the acquiring company. With the merger, BAMC is strengthening its role as the key restructuring agent in Slovenia.

Without the transfer of assets to BAMC the recapitalization of the banks would not have been possible. It was an important step towards restoring credibility in the Slovenian banking sector both at home and abroad. International markets responded in the form of a substantial reduction in interest rates for Slovenian debt.

 
Boštjan Štefelin

Head of Business Real Estate Portfolio, BAMC - Bank Assets Management Company

The Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) was established in March 2013 as a company owned by Republic of Slovenia with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems. By the end of 2013, the two largest banks had been recapitalised by the government and a substantial part of their non-performing assets had been transferred to BAMC. They entered 2014 with strengthened balance sheets and with sufficient capital and liquidity to start new lending and thus facilitate renewed economic growth in Slovenia.

The Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC) was established in March 2013 as a company owned by Republic of Slovenia with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems. By the end of 2013, the two largest banks had been recapitalised by the government and a substantial part of their non-performing assets had been transferred to BAMC. They entered 2014 with strengthened balance sheets and with sufficient capital and liquidity to start new lending and thus facilitate renewed economic growth in Slovenia.

 
Luka Prebil

Assistant Director, BTC, d.d.

BTC City Ljubljana is one of the largest business, shopping, entertainment, recreation and cultural centers in Europe.

BTC City Ljubljana is one of the largest business, shopping, entertainment, recreation and cultural centers in Europe.

 
Klemen Fajmut

Senior Consultant, NLB Group, Slovenia

Klemen Fajmut an experienced expert from real estate industry and sustainable built environment. Since 2014 he is employed in NLB d.d. as a deputy director of Group real estate asset management sector. He is responsible for implementation of integration processes of professional real estate asset management with investment properties in NLB Group.

Klemen Fajmut an experienced expert from real estate industry and sustainable built environment. Since 2014 he is employed in NLB d.d. as a deputy director of Group real estate asset management sector. He is responsible for implementation of integration processes of professional real estate asset management with investment properties in NLB Group. In twelve years he has obtained experience in various international real estate, construction and renewable energy engineering companies where he was active in the field of sales, project development, market analyses and development strategies.

 
Almir Džamdžić

Asset manager, Reiffeisen Leasing, Slovenia

Zaposlen v Raiffeisen leasing d.o.o. od novembra 2014, kot Strokovni sodelovec za upravljanje nepremičnin. Glavna odgovoronost je učinkovito in skrbno vodenje različnih nepremičninskih projektov in upravljanjen epremičnin iz portfelja družbe.

Zaposlen v Raiffeisen leasing d.o.o. od novembra 2014, kot Strokovni sodelovec za upravljanje nepremičnin. Glavna odgovoronost je učinkovito in skrbno vodenje različnih nepremičninskih projektov in upravljanjen epremičnin iz portfelja družbe. Bogate izkušnje iz gradbenega sektorja, dvanajst let vodenja gradbenih in nepremičninskih projektov za trg ter prodaja lastnih nepremičnin pri gradbenem podjetju Begrad d.d. iz Novega mesta.

 
Zoran Veleski

Mreža nepremičnin, Founder & Director

Zoran Veleski is an expert and consultant in real estate business with more than 22 years of experience and vast knowledge in the field of investment in real estate and M&A. He is the head of the company Mreža nepremičnin, one of the largest real estate agencies in the country, with the longest tradition. Zoran Veleski has long term experience in working with foreign and domestic investors on large real estate projects.

Zoran Veleski is an expert and consultant in real estate business with more than 22 years of experience and vast knowledge in the field of investment in real estate and M&A. He is the head of the company Mreža nepremičnin, one of the largest real estate agencies in the country, with the longest tradition. Zoran Veleski has long term experience in working with foreign and domestic investors on large real estate projects.

 
Črtomir Remec, M.Sc.C.E.

General Manager, The Housing Fund of the Republic of Slovenia, public Fund

The Housing Fund of the Republic of Slovenia, public Fund

The Housing Fund of the Republic of Slovenia, public Fund

 
Luka Jurković

Senior Vice President for Real Estate at Mercator d.d.

Senior Vice President for Real Estate at Mercator d.d.

Senior Vice President for Real Estate at Mercator d.d.

 
Jože Novak

Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, Head of the Governmental Project Group for the preparation of the modernization of the system of valuation and property taxation

Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, Head of the Governmental Project Group for the preparation of the modernization of the system of valuation and property taxation

Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, Head of the Governmental Project Group for the preparation of the modernization of the system of valuation and property taxation

 
Andjela Nikolić, M.Arch.

Delta Real Estate, Serbia, Design and Construction Coordinator

Anđela Nikolić joined Delta Real Estate in January 2015 through the program Young Leaders, which promotes young and talented people. She was one of the 30 accepted candidates out of 4624 applicants. By engaging in various projects, she earned the trust of the company to take over the process of designing the InterContinental Ljubljana Hotel in November 2016.

Anđela Nikolić joined Delta Real Estate in January 2015 through the program Young Leaders, which promotes young and talented people. She was one of the 30 accepted candidates out of 4624 applicants. By engaging in various projects, she earned the trust of the company to take over the process of designing the InterContinental Ljubljana Hotel in November 2016.

Thursday, 7. 9.
8.30 - 9.30

Registration

9.30 - 9.45

Opening experts speech

Jure Leben, Msc, State Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure of Republic of Slovenia

Real estate market in the eyes of foreign investors

9.45 - 10.10

Key points about real estate market in Slovenia and the SEE region

Michael Meidlinger, CEO, Centrice Real Estate GmbH, Austria

10.10 - 10.30

Overview and trends of Slovenian Real Estate Market

Maja Ostanek, senior consultant, KF Finance

10.30 - 10.50

Global trends and Slovenia

Matej Skočir, Head of sector for internationalisation and foreign investments, SPIRIT Slovenia

10.50 - 11.30

How is Slovenia perceived by foreign investors?

Nebojša Nešovanič, MRICS RV, National director, Head of Valuation SEE, Jones Lang LaSalle

Filip Vučagić, Director of Investment, Colliers Croatia

Matjaž Filipič, partner, KF Finance, Slovenia

11.30 - 12.00

Coffee break

REAL Estate projects and slovenia as an opportunity for alternative investments

12.00 - 13.30

Emonika project – what to expect? (12 min)
Csaba Toth, Construction management, Prime Kapital

Hotel InterContinental Ljubljana - how did we build it and what are our calculations? (12 min)
Anđela Nikolić, M.Arch., Design and Condtruction Coordinator, Delta Real Estate, Srbija

150 mio EUR worth new shopping centre in Ljubljana (12 min)
Toni Pugelj, Director SES Management Ltd., SES Spar European Shopping Centers

Airport Business Park (12 min)
Almir Džamdžić, Property Management Expert, Reiffeisen Leasing Slovenia

Cukrarna as a part of urban development (12 min)
Miran Gajšek, Head of Urban Planning Department, City of Ljubljana

The way to 2.000 new apartments for rent (12 min)
Črtomir Remec, Msc, Head of the Housing Fund of the Republic of Slovenia

Update about new Logistic centre of Mercator
Luka Jurković, Senior Vice President for Real Estate, Mercator d.d.


13.30 - 14.15

Coffee break with catering

Financing, investment and city development

14.15 - 16.00

Regional platform for investing in alternative, real estate and infrastructure projects in Adria region (20 min)
KGAL Group, Germany

Project case of alternative investment in Slovenia - Geriatric Center Ljubljana (15 min)
Klemen Fajmut, Senior Consultant, NLB

Real Estate Investment Funding Engineering (15 min)
Zoran Veleski, Mreža nepremičnin

Centralization of the management of state-owned properties - examples of good practices in individual European countries and opportunities in Slovenia (15 min)
Tomaž Klemenc, Director, D.S.U.

How to maximise the value of real estate with development? (15 min)
Boštjan Štefelin, Msc, Head of Business Real Estate Portfolio, BAMC (The Bank Assets Management Company)

Valuation and property taxation - why do we believe this is a developmental rather than an inhibiting potential? (20 min)
Jože Novak, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia, Head of the Governmental Project Group for the preparation of the modernization of the system of valuation and property taxation

16.00 - 16.30

Coffee Break

16.30 - 17.30

Round table Discussion - Real Estate challenges 2017 and in the future

Business networking reception

17.30 on

Business Networking Reception is reserved for participants and invited only and will be held in the Crystal Palace Business Centre's restaurant DiVino.

Location

BTC – Kristalna palača (Crystal Palace)

Ljubljana

Crystal Palace is the tallest high-rise office building in Slovenia, offering the maximum: top architecture, maximum environmental compliance, highest living and creative comfort as well as great opportunities for the leasing and purchase of premises.