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  • Price (EUR)21.30
  • Today's Change0.12 / 0.57%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-27.58%
  • Beta0.6987
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About the company

Wereldhave NV is a Netherlands-based closed-end real estate investment company. Its real estate activities are divided into three sectors: Offices, in which investments are aimed at modern buildings located in major metropolitan areas; Retail, which primarily invests in shopping centers in countries with restricted retail planning; and Other, engaged in property development. The Company manages, develops and rents shopping centers, offices, industrial distribution and transshipment properties. The Company invests in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, France, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. The Company wholly owned subsidiaries are: Wereldhave Finland Oy, Urbagreen SAS, Wereldhave Management Holding BV, Relovast BV and Wereldhave UK Holdings Ltd, among others.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)221.48m
  • Net income in EUR-84.59m
  • Incorporated1930
  • Employees181.00
  • Location
    Wereldhave NVTower A, Fl 3rd, Schiphol Boulevard 233SCHIPHOL 1118 BHNetherlandsNLD
  • Phone+31 207027800
  • Fax+31 207027801
  • Websitehttps://www.wereldhave.com
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