German gambit: Irish-based investment firm sees shopping centres pay off for clients
Greenman Open fund is Germany’s largest food-retail focused investment fund with key focus on environmental, social and corporate governance
At a time when shopping centres are facing increased pressure due to online sales, Greenman, an Irish-based investment firm, aims to show how climate friendly investment can pay dividends for its many Irish investors.
It also points to how shopping centres of the future can play a greater role in the lives of consumers.
Greenman Open (GMO) fund, which is Germany’s largest food-retail focused investment fund, plans to generate 5 per cent of its income...
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