Some countries are slow when it comes to selling their assets. Not Slovenia!
If you don’t want to miss a big opportunity, than Slovenian Sovereign Holding and the Slovenian “bad bank” are the right address for you.
Bail-outs of companies have added corporate equity to the privatisation portfolio managed by Slovenian Sovereign Holding or SSH (Slovenski državni holding). Thanks to transparent procedures and adequate asset sale pricing according to OECD principles and standards on the management of State Owned Enterprises, potential investors can enjoy good returns both from ownership and privatisation of management through well-structured concession transactions.
Slovenia’s economy has come a long way since the financial crisis bailout. Good news for potential investors is the asset portfolio of the Bank Assets Management Company or BAMC (Družba za prestrukturiranje terjatev bank) with bad loans on the books of the country’s banks in 2013/2014. For information on investment opportunities in BAMC’s portfolio of over 1 billion euros go to: http://www.dutb.eu/en/default.aspx
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Investment opportunity in the Kamnik Tourism and Commercial Zone
The offered compound of plots comprising the Kamnik Tourism and Commercial Zone lies to the north of Kamnik. Currently, a small part of the area is still used for industrial production, while most of the area is occupied by the abandoned real estate that was once used by the now-defunct company KIK Kamnik.
The Kamnik Municipality is currently concluding the process of adopting the Municipal Spatial Plan (anticipated to be adopted in June 2015), and the potential presented above is in line with the draft plan. The investor will be able to adopt a detailed spatial plan showing how the new buildings will become part of the area and how they are expected to be used.
In accordance with the Municipal Spatial Plan, the southern part of the zone is earmarked for light industry and other commercial activities, combined with a new railway and bus station and a "park and ride" parking area. Housing is expected to be built in the western part of the zone, while the northern area is expected to house tourism, sports and recreational infrastructure.
Advantages of the investment project
The town of Kamnik is a rapidly-growing, predominantly young town (in terms of its demographic structure). On the other hand, as the inhabitants of Kamnik like to point out, it is also an ancient town of a thousand faces, boasting a rich history, several sites of cultural interest, and beautiful surroundings boasting natural beauties and a rich tourist offering. Kamnik is an administrative, cultural, tourist and industrial centre at the south feet of the Kamniško-Savinjske Alps. Due to its incredible location in the direct vicinity of Kamnik's historic town centre and located literally on the doorstep of the Kamniško-Savinjske Alps Regional Park, this area provides ample potential for the development of tourism on a Slovenian, not only the local scale.
The Kamnik Municipality (http://www.kamnik.si) lies to the north of central Slovenia, where the plains of Gorenjska and the Celje valley meet, at the foot of the Kamniško-Savinjske Alps and not far from the capital Ljubljana (23 km). The town has grown around the edge of the valley where the river Kamniška Bistrica exits its narrow valley. Kamnik also lies at the crossroads of the Ljubljana valley and the Celje valley (accessible through the Kozjak pass) as well as the Zgornjesavinjska valley, which is accessible through the Črnivec pass; there are also several roads that follow the feet of the Karavanke and Kamnik Alps from the west. The medieval town of Kamnik is the centre of the municipality, the surface area of which is 265.6 km2 and which boasts 26,477 inhabitants.
The town lies near several international airports: Ljubljana, Maribor, Portorož, Trieste, Vienna, Graz and Zagreb. There are also excellent international shipping connections through the Slovenian coastal towns of Koper, Piran, Izola and Portorož.
Plot size: 326,169 m2
Approximate price: EUR 18 per m2
Current ownership: Iskra Mehanizmi Holding, d.d.
Distance from the town centre: 0.8 km
Distance from the railway: 0 km
Distance from the motorway: 10 km
International Airports: Brnik 16 km; Maribor 102 km
Land potentials to be expoited as:
Tourism and commercial facilities
Bus station (coaches, buses, taxis)
Railway station with commercial, retail, administrative and similar facilities, as well as parking facilities (the P+R "park and ride" system)