Dragon Ukrainian Properties & Development

Name
Dragon Ukrainian Properties & Development
Manager
Dragon Capital Group
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
IM00B1XH2B90
Sector
Property Direct - Europe
Launched
01/06/2007
OCF
4.82 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.22
Yield
0 %
Fund Size
£ 10.94 million
NAV
33
Gearing
90
Discount Premium
-70
The Board will seek to realise the properties of the company in an orderly manner, such realisations to be effected at such times, on such terms and in such manner as the Board (in its absolute discretion) may determine.The Company invests in the development of high-quality commercial and residential properties in Ukraine and aims to gain significant returns on such investments. The company is targeting acquisition of high income-yielding commercial properties from distressed landlords offering the prospect of significant capital gains upon realization in the medium term. The investment and development activities focus on Kyiv and Kyiv region and on major regional cities throughout Ukraine with significant populations.
Holding %
Arricano Real Estate PLC 28.79 %
Land Bank 24.99 %
Green Hills 17.66 %
Riviera Villas 9.24 %
Sadok Vyshnevy 4.89 %
Glanbia PLC 1.09 %
Name
Dragon Capital Group
Address
01033, Kyiv, Ukraine
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Mark Iwashko
Joined 11/30/2014
Johannes van der Heijden
Joined 06/01/2007
Tomas Fiala
Joined 06/01/2007

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