GMO’s strategy is to maximise the conversion of rental income into frequent and regular distributions to investors over the long term.
GMO has grown, since it’s launch in 2014/16 to become the largest German food-retail focused fund available on the market.
GMO’s grocery anchored stores now account for €1bn of grocery sales in Germany a year, equivalant to 0.5% of the total German grocery market.
GMO follows a buy and hold strategy and as such we would be remiss to not try and understand what the food retail market will be like in the future.
Over the next 5 years we will be analysing our large bank of proprietary data to provide our properties and our tenants with a range of data driven services that will enable them to operate more efficently and remain relevant during changing retail trends.
We have set ourselves the challenges to generate 5% of our revenue by 2025 from non-rental items, such as data, sales to customers, additional fulfilment, click & collect and return services.
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