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STAM Europe was created in 1997 by the principals of Secured Capital (USA) and Transinvest (France) to provide investment and asset management services to private equity real estate funds and institutional investors looking to deploy capital in Europe.

In January 2020, STAM is acquired by Corestate Capital Holding S.A., a leading independent real estate investment manager in Europe. Corestate is headquartered in Luxembourg and has 42 offices, e.g. in Frankfurt, London, Paris, Madrid, Zurich, Amsterdam and Singapore. The company employs over 700 people and is listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Within the group´s multi-boutique platform, STAM Europe will maintain its identity and complete autonomy to pursue its development.

Since inception STAM has performed over €1 billion of value-added and opportunistic investments on behalf of PERE investor partners in the major European markets of France, Germany, Italy and Spain. STAM was also the exclusive investment/asset manager in France and Belgium for Allianz GmbH and the Dresdner Bank’s Degi funds between 2000 and 2009. Over that period, €1.8 billion of core investments were conducted on behalf of this separate account client. In 2005, the firm launched its fund management business and has managed two institutional value added funds, the STAM REI funds, on behalf of European institutional investors.

Today, STAM develops its activity across the different real estate asset classes through core/core+ funds managed on behalf of European institutional investors and separate account mandates and joint ventures with institutional investors over tailor-made investment strategies.

STAM France Investment Managers, a fully owned subsidiary of STAM Europe, incorporated in 2008, is a licensed AIFM and a regulated “société de gestion” in France.



Corestate Capital Holding S.A. acquires 100% of STAM Europe’s shares

Corestate Capital Holding S.A. acquires 100% of STAM Europe’s shares from founding shareholders