27 March 2018
Trajano had a turnover of €18.7 million in 2017, double that in 2016. Its asset portfolio already has a value of 326 million euros.
The Alcaraz brothers’ socimi is on the right track. Trajano Iberia Socimi, managed by the real estate investment division of Deutsche Asset Management, closed 2017 with a net profit of 4.4 million euros, increasing its year-on-year profit by 45%, according to the company’s disclosure to the Alternative Stock Market (MAB).
The Alcaraz brothers, the founders of the Goldcar vehicle leasing company, hold a 10.5% stake in the publicly listed company. The socimi closed last year with a gross operating profit (EBITDA) of 12.6 million euros, twice the amount in 2016.
Trajano’s gross asset value in portfolio (GAV) rose to 326 million euros in 2017, while the net value (NAV) reached 12.5 euros per share, an increase of 25%.
After its acquisition of the Alcalá Magna shopping centre in February of last year, the socimi is one hundred percent invested. The company currently has five “maximum quality” operating assets, with a leasable area of almost 151,000 square meters and an occupancy rate of 98%.
In addition to Alcalá Magna, the company manages the following assets: Parque Logístico Plaza in Zaragoza; the Echevarría building in Bilbao; the Nosso shopping centre in Vila Real, Portugal; and the Isla de Manoteras business park in Madrid.
The company’s net financial debt on the value of its assets amounted to 138.7 million euros at the end of 2017, a figure significantly higher than the 42.1 million euros on December 31, 2016.
Original Story: EjePrime
Translation: Richard Turner