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AMPERE Gestion has raised over €900 million in the first round of funding for the second intermediate housing fund (Fonds de Logement Intermédiaire 2 – FLI 2)
This was the largest amount raised in the European residential property sector in 2018.
Ampère Gestion and Swiss Life Asset Managers, Real Estate France have announced an agreement to acquire, on behalf of five institutional investors, 80% of a 4,000-unit housing portfolio from ICF Novedis, a subsidiary of SNCF Group. The competitive bidding process …more
AMPERE Gestion has been chosen by the Public services supplementary pension scheme (ERAFP) to develop a residential property portfolio in France. A major portion of this investment will be allocated to intermediate housing.
On Monday 11 December 2017, the Board of Directors of the second intermediate housing fund visited an intermediate housing programme in Ris-Orangis near Paris.
On Friday 8 December 2017, the Supervisory Board of the intermediate housing fund (FLI) visited an intermediate housing programme in Arcueil near Paris.
AMPERE Gestion confirms its intention of setting up a social housing investment fund as early as 2018
On 12 December 2017, Vincent Mahé, General Counsel of CDC Habitat and CEO of AMPERE Gestion, took part in a conference on “Recasting the social housing model” organised by Le Moniteur.
AMPERE Gestion’s second intermediate housing fund has completed a €50 million private placement of 20-year bonds with institutional investors under very favourable market conditions.
The CEB and AMPERE Gestion have signed a €100 million loan agreement to develop the “Hémisphère” fund
On 23 June 2017, AMPERE Gestion signed a €100 million loan agreement for the “Hémisphère” fund with the CEB, the Council of Europe Development Bank.
Read the translation of the article published in Le Monde Eco & Entreprise on 12 April 2017, written by Vincent Mahé, CDC Habitat’s General Counsel and CEO of AMPERE Gestion.
CDC Habitat will create 6,000 units of emergency accommodation financed by Hémisphère, a social impact investment fund
The Hémisphere Fund, which brings together six heavyweight institutional investors, will purchase and renovate the hotels and let them out to Adoma, specialist in social integration through housing.