Managing the Future of Real Assets
Founded in 2008 at a difficult time for real estate, INTERNOS now undertakes fund and asset management for 80 institutional investors from four continents. Our growth has come from giving investors a convincing vision for their real asset investments – exemplifying the decisive eye of our slogan.
Credible strategies form just one reason for the trust shown by clients: INTERNOS is a ‘feet on the ground’ manager covering 11 countries with 100+ real estate professionals based in eight European cities, also a highly reputed manager of client funds with market leading accounting and reporting functions.
Earning trust in real asset management
INTERNOS now undertakes fund and asset management for 80 institutional clients from four continents. Most of our growth comes from clients able to assess and compare credentials of both INTERNOS and competitors. We attribute our steady growth, competitive success and client confidence to three things:
- A more enlightened strategic vision of the future
- ‘Feet on the ground’ asset management covering 11 countries with 100+ property professionals based in eight European countries
- Highly reputed management of our clients’ funds with market leading accounting, tax, treasury and reporting capabilities based in London and Luxembourg.
A Decisive Eye on Real Assets
The Decisive Eye is the title of our seasonal bulletin but it also describes a strategic approach that has won us 80 institutional clients from four continents since our launch in 2008. Equally important in winning investors’ confidence is our ‘feet on the ground’ philosophy of asset management.
INTERNOS now has 100+ property professionals based in eight European countries. Ranking alongside strategy and in-depth asset management is the care we take in handling client funds. INTERNOS has a highly reputed fund management team with market leading accounting, tax and reporting capabilities based in London and Luxembourg.
Total Assets under Management €3.5 Billion ($3.85 Billion)
€2.95 billion ($3.25 Billion)
€0.55 Billion ($0.6 billion)