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CBRE advised London Stock Exchange Group in choosing Romanian office

Real estate consultancy firm CBRE advised London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) in the leasing transaction of 3,000 sqm office space for a new Business Services Centre in Bucharest.

2018-07-04 16:14:30

The center will open later this year in Skanska's Campus 6. Campus 6 is located in the Central-West area of Bucharest, near the Polytechnic University, a strategic location chosen by the British company. LSEG will initially employ 200 people across a range of roles.

"We are very happy to have played a role in a very important transaction, not only for the local office market, but for the Romanian economy altogether. The simple fact that London Stock Exchange Group has chosen our country to establish a strategic operational hub is a great accomplishment. We believe this reinforces Romania's international image among foreign existing and potential investors", stated Razvan Iorgu, Managing Director of CBRE Romania.

According to CBRE's consultants involved in this transaction, the main reasons that led LSEG to choosing Romania as the location for its new center are the growth opportunities offered by our market and the well-qualified workforce.

London Stock Exchange Group is a global markets infrastructure business. The Group provides valuable services for a wide range of customers focusing on capital formation, intellectual property and risk and balance sheet management.



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