Sorgente Sgr | History

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  • ‚Äč1999: establishment of Sorgente SGR in Rome
  • 2001: following the authorization of the Bank of Italy, establishment of the Michelangelo Fund, the first Italian closed-end real estate fund reserved for institutional investors
  • 2006: Michelangelo Fund acquires a stake in the Flatiron Building in New York
  • 2009: Donatello Fund - David Sub-fund, acquires Galleria Colonna in Rome, renamed Galleria Alberto Sordi
  • 2010: liquidation upon maturity of the Michelangelo Fund with an internal rate of return of 8.44%
  • 2012: liquidation of the Baglioni Fund with an internal rate of return of 7.69%
  • 2015: extension of operations – with the authorization of the Bank of Italy - for the management of funds investing in credits
  • 2016: launch of the first fund specialized in Non-Performing Loans (NPL), Pinturicchio Fund
  • 2017: launch of the first fund of social responsibility, Sant'Alessio Fund (Ipab)
  • 2001-2019: launch of more than 25 real estate funds
  • 2019: EA (under Extraordinary Administration)
  • 2020 - start of sale of the business Unit (1 billion euros)

SORGENTE SGR

Registered and Operational Office: Via del Tritone n, 132– 00187 ROME – Ph. (+39) 06/90.21.90.42
Web site: www.sorgentesgr.it  - e-mail address: segreteria@sorgentesgr.it
R.E.A. 935010 – VAT Code IT 05868181008 – SGR Register  n° 30
Issued and fully paid-up share capital: Euro 4.500.000
 

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