The latest news from VIVAT
The stability and ability of companies to respond become particularly apparent in difficult times. Although the coronavirus crisis has reached a new peak across Europe, the VIVAT companies and their various areas continue to be successful.
In spite of huge fluctuations on the capital market, VIVAT has again proved to be a stable company with healthy growth. The sales volume in the current calendar year is in line with the comparative figures from the previous record year.
Since the foundation of VIVAT, interest payments have been made to all our customers reliably, on time and in the amount contractually agreed upon, as you would expect from a reputable financial partner. Our customers were also able to enjoy attractive interest payments of EUR 1,044,000 and CHF 1,415,676 for the 3rd quarter of the current fiscal year.
New real estate projects
While the general mood in the market economy is currently characterised by uncertainty and restraint, the real estate market remains lucrative and lively. We have therefore been able to acquire several new properties in recent weeks.
Bernburger Straße, Halle
- Residential space: 939m2
- Listed building
- Investment amount: over 1 million EUR
- Expected profit: approx. 25% p.a.
Liebenauer Straße, Halle
- Residential space: 628m2
- Listed building
- Investment amount: over 600,000 EUR
- Expected profit: approx. 19% p.a.
- Residential space: 1,035m2, 19 residential units
- Residential property
- Investment amount: 2,300,000 EUR
- Expected profit: approx. 21% p.a.
Mühlheim am Main
- Residential space: 927m2, 12 residential units
- Residential property
- Investment amount: 1,350,000 EUR
- Expected profit: approx. 28% p.a.
9 more projects with an investment volume of over 30 million EUR are currently under review.
VIVAT Solid/VIVAT Excellent
The company brought custodial products on the market for the first time in July 2020 in the shape of VIVAT Solid and VIVAT Excellent. You can purchase the products with the help of your investment advisor by submitting a purchase request to your custodian bank. To ensure smooth processing, we have prepared an information sheet on the purchase of the new securities as well as an order form, which you will receive from your investment advisor by email.
VIVAT Multitalent AG extended its product range in October with the new VIVAT Bond E2020, which has an issue volume of 10 million EUR. As a supplement to our custodial financial products VIVAT Solid and VIVAT Excellent, the new prospectus-free bond offers investors the opportunity to make direct investments in VIVAT (without a custodian bank).
Contact your investment advisor or visit our website at www.multitalent.ag for more information about the products.
Our contribution to containing the spread of the coronavirus
It is essential to take the right measures to protect the health of all parties involved and to steer the company safely through the crisis. The following strategies should help us to achieve this goal.
- All seminars and training courses will be conducted in the form of webinars.
- Sales talks, job interviews and other meetings will also take place via appropriate online channels.
- All our employees have the option of working from home.
- All employees who prefer to work from the office have also been informed about the risk of infection and have been made aware of the strict observance of distance and hygiene regulations.
At the moment, we are experiencing very unusual times with the coronavirus, the effects of which we can all clearly perceive. However, we would like to inform you that our company has so far survived the crisis unscathed and that we will continue to work on our joint success with great perseverance - naturally taking into account the safety measures which have been put in place. Your financial well-being is our top priority.
Your advisor or our head office will be pleased to assist you if you have any further questions regarding the corporate strategy during the corona pandemic.
We wish you and your families good health and send you our best regards from Kempten.