Panattoni sees continuing interest from investors: in the first quarter of the year the company completed transactions in Poland worth a combined total of over EUR 300 mln. The developer's activity has spawned the need for a new position - Head of Asset Disposition - which has been filled by Michal Stanisławski.
In his new position Michał Stanisławski is responsible for overseeing Panattoni’s dispositions and exit strategy in Poland. Moreover, he is to be the single point of contact for all investors interested in acquiring assets from the company’s portfolio and all their advisors. He also continues to raise capital for the development platform and cooperates closely with Panattoni’s other departments and geographies in the capital markets field.
“Despite the challenging market, Panattoni succeeded in the first months of this year in completing transactions worth a combined total of over EUR 300 mln. In comparison with previous quarters investors’ interest continues to grow. Following these trends, we see the necessity of creating a new position of Head of Asset Dispositions,” – says Karina Trojańska, Chief Financing & Operating Officer – Poland at Panattoni.
“Industrial real estate has for years been one of the most attractive investment assets and its position on the market is only growing stronger. Thanks to tenant demand, continuing rental growth, accessible financing and stable fundamentals of the industrial and logistics sector, Poland is an extremely attractive investment destination. This is particularly true for modern A-class warehouses that comply with ESG requirements and meet the needs of present-day tenants and operators. A large number of investors recognise these trends and aim at increasing exposure towards high quality assets in the most promising locations. This is exactly what Panattoni offers.” – says Michał Stanisławski, Head of Asset Dispositions w Panattoni
Michał Stanisławski has up till now held the position of Capital Markets Director for Poland with responsibility for managing investor relations, including capital raising for the group’s rapidly growing investment project platform.
The new Head of Asset Dispositions at Panattoni has 15 years of experience in real estate. He began his career in Deutsche Bank, after which he moved to the Capital Markets/Investment Properties team at CBRE in 2008.