Macquarie Goodman today consolidated its international businesses under one brand - Goodman.
The launch of the new brand is the culmination of the global property group’s expansion into the European and UK markets.
In this time, Goodman emerged as the second largest industrial property group in the world, acquiring Arlington, Eurinpro, Akeler, Rosemound and a majority stake in Japanese logistic company J-Rep.
Listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, the Goodman Group has AU$35.7bn of assets under management, a market capitalisation of AU$11.8bn, and a five-year share price compound growth rate of 36.5% per annum.
A separate division for the company’s investment and fund management arm, Goodman Property Investors, has also replaced the investment arm of Arlington Securities.
“Our business has evolved significantly over the past few years – this growth will continue under a united new brand, which positions the business strategically for the future,” Greg Goodman, Goodman International CEO, says.
Goodman Property Investors managing director John O’Connor adds: “The new name and brand sees us clearly defined as one of the cornerstones of Goodman worldwide and puts us in a powerful position to respond to our clients’ increasingly global property investment aspirations.”
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