Europe

Carter Jonas forms Dutch alliance

MIPIM 2016: Carter Jonas has formed a new strategic alliance with Dutch firm Van Gool Elburg.

Both firms are looking to expand their their cross-border capabilities. Each firm will utilise the capabilities of each other when undertaking business with clients from their own domestic markets when operating in the other’s jurisdiction.

There is increasing interest in the Dutch market from UK and international clients looking to take advantage of the relatively high yields still available compared to most other areas of Europe.

It is the second strategic alliance formed by Carter Jonas within the last six months, having announced an alliance with Irish based property consultancy, Ganly Walters, in October last year.

Mark Granger, chief executive of Carter Jonas, said:“This new alliance is consistent with our strategy to enhance our network of expertise in core locations in the UK and continental Europe.”

Job Neijzen, partner at Van Gool Elburg, said: “Joining forces with Carter Jonas will enhance our ability to support UK based, and other international, clients, particularly given the continued interest shown by UK investors into the Dutch market.”

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