Chief Executive Officer, Co-founder of Prosperity Time.
She has extensive experience in structuring projects and providing financial services for transactions on the residential and commercial real estate market.
She has been involved in the real estate industry for over 10 years, and she has been responsible for obtaining financing for projects from the residential, office and warehouse, logistics, hotel and commercial real estate market.
She gained professional experience in the financial industry by working primarily for companies in the restructuring and financing of enterprises.
She managed and participated in more than a hundred advisory and transaction projects for companies in the restructuring business and financing of enterprises.
A graduate of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences majoring in business management.
Participates in the sessions:
In search of financing for commercial projects
What requirements of financial institutions and banks are faced by investors in office buildings, hotels, warehouses and shopping malls? Private equity, corporate bond issues, bank loans or perhaps leaseback – what should be used, what makes business sense?
Contracting. A time of challenges – problems in the construction market vs. development of the property sector – are there real concerns?
Will developers withdraw from looking for general contractors and perform investments on their own? Growing prices of construction services and materials and problems related to shortage of labour – apart from the decreasing availability of land and increasing land prices – is one of the major challenges for the property sector. As a result of a shortage of subcontractors, developers “fight” to find subcontractors. How will those problems affect the time required to complete projects?
Investments in holiday resorts
The apartment house and condo hotel sector in Poland has been booming. This is thanks to increasing tourism, improved transport infrastructure and the growing affluence of society. New facilities have been growing like mushrooms after the rain. The appetite for land has also been growing. What is the investment potential in such properties from the perspective of private and institutional investors, in Poland and abroad?