Prelios Integra Won Tenders Called By Invimit Sgr, Continuing in the Growth in the Market of Real-Estate Management Services

Milan, 30 January 2017 Prelios Integra was selected by Invimit SGR − an asset management company of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance – following a public tender, as Property Manager for the real estate fund "Fondo i3-INAIL" and for the real estate fund "Fondo i3-Patrimonio Italia”.

The real-estate Fund i3-INAIL is a closed-end Fund addressed to institutional investors, with the contribution of properties for various uses owned by INAIL and the Italian government, made up of 35 assets located in 12 Italian regions covering a total surface of about 100,000 square metres.

The real-estate Fund i3-Patrimonio Italia is a closed-end Fund with the contribution of properties leased to the Public authorities, currently made up of 52 assets located throughout the national territory; an additional contribution is planned in the short term, leading the fund to 60 properties covering a total surface of about 340,000 square metres.

Nicolò Tarantino, Managing Director of Prelios Integra, commented: «This is a deal that rewards our business proposition once again and we are very pleased. The award of the public tender called by Invimit SGR is added to other mandates we were recently assigned by important Financial Institutions».


Prelios Group

Prelios is one of Europe's foremost alternative asset management and real-estate service groups. Listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 2002, the holding company Prelios S.p.A. coordinates various operating companies that develop a well-known network that has received multiple awards for its quality, efficiency and reliability in Italy, Germany and Poland.

Prelios Integra is a leading Italian provider of integrated property and building management services, as well as project and construction management, engineering, due diligence, urban planning and real estate advisory and HSE services, with 6.0 billion euro of properties under management, for a total of 5.6 million square metres.