Our team of professionals offer unmatched dedication to real estate in the fund administration industry. We serve only real estate and have a history of successfully serving all real estate asset classes in a range of simple to complex investment structures.
Our global platform gives our clients an integrated and consistent set of services and deliverables no matter where they raise or deploy capital globally. We have dedicated fund and investor reporting teams in 14 countries, while also being a part of our global accounting and reporting operating platform—with presence in an additional 31 countries for property accounting services to provide completely integrated services.
We offer a full range of services, including:
- Portfolio Accounting & Financial Reporting
- Client and Investor Reporting/Analytics
- Performance Measurement
- Company Secretarial
- Transfer Agency
- Cash Management/Disbursement
- Treasury—Debt/Hedge Instrument Administration
- Tax Compliance
- Compliance and Regulatory Support
- Client Data Management Support
- Asset Finance
- Experience in Multiple Jurisdictions
Portfolio Accounting & Financial Reporting
Treasury - Debt/Hedge Instrument Administration
Client and Investor Reporting / Analytics
Compliance and Regulatory Support
Client Data Management Support
Experience in Multiple Jurisdictions
CBRE Group, Inc. owns CBRE Global Investment Administration Luxembourg S.à r.l. (the “Regulated Entity”), a regulated entity established in Luxembourg. We would like to draw the attention of any potential investor to the fact that any acquisition as a result of which the investor will hold more than 10%, 20%, 33 1/3% or 50% of the share capital of CBRE Group, Inc. or will have otherwise obtained the control of CBRE Group, Inc. (a “Transaction”) will need to be mandatorily notified by such investor to the Luxembourg supervisory authority of the financial sector, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the “CSSF”) in addition to any notification that may need to be made with the Securities and Exchange Commission or any other regulatory authority. To that effect, documents related to such investors must be provided to the CSSF (articles of association, certificate from the relevant register of companies or chamber of commerce (or equivalent document), detailed structure chart, audited annual accounts of the last three years and a declaration of honour duly completed and signed). Any investor concerned will be contacted by the Regulated Entity as soon as it has become aware of a Transaction. In the meantime, we strongly invite you to start gathering the documents listed above and to proactively contact the Regulated Entity via one of the business leaders indicated here.