As a result of Britain’s Brexit victory, a German real estate conglomerate has opened offices in London.

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As a result of Britain’s Brexit victory, a German property giant has opened offices in London.

Coros, a German real estate firm, has announced the opening of a new branch office in Soho as part of its expansion into the United Kingdom.

The company sees London as an important gateway for international investors to reach European markets, describing it as one of Europe’s most important real estate markets.

In order to expand its international business, it hopes that the new London base will provide better access to the rest of the world.

“Despite Brexit, the city remains one of the continent’s most important real estate markets with exciting real estate projects and continues to be a trend and pacesetter for the real estate industry,” Coros said in a statement.

With our new presence, we are right on the cutting edge of new ideas, which will benefit not only our local projects in London, but also our projects in Germany.”

Coros has offices in Berlin and Luxembourg, as well as a headquarters in Munich.

The company’s activities are described as being focused on the development of office buildings and mixed-use developments.

It has worked on projects in major German and French cities so far.

London, on the other hand, is expected to become one of the company’s core markets over the next decade, as well as a key source of new talent.

London will also “set the pace for products” in terms of sustainability in Europe, according to the group.

The new office will be 1,600 square feet in size, with a roof terrace, and will be located on Kingly Street.

In other news, Creandum, a Swedish venture capital firm, has announced the opening of an office in London.

The fund was an early investor in well-known brands like Spotify and Klarna, and the UK was described as one of its core markets.

The moves follow Shell’s announcement that it will relocate its headquarters from the Netherlands to the United Kingdom.

As part of a larger reorganization, the oil giant intends to drop the ‘Royal Dutch’ part of its name.

Shell is currently in discussions with its shareholders ahead of its AGM on December 10th, when the decision will be put to a vote.

It joins Unilever as an Anglo-Dutch company that has chosen to have a single base in the United Kingdom.

However, there have been some shifts outside of the capital, with Ryanair exiting the London Stock Exchange this month.

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