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Atrium Centers - Facts & Figures

Facts & Figures

Dawnay, Day was established in 1982 and has benn under the present private ownership since the early 1980’s. The Group specialises in property investment, fund management and financial services. The Dawnay, Day Group has over 20 years of property investment experience and has a diversified commercial property portfolio in Europe including Germany, the Czeh Rpublic, Hungary, poland, Ukraine, the Baltic States and India.

History

Dawnay, Day was established in 1928 and has been under its present ownership since the early 1980’s. It is a privately owned Group operating in select markets around the world specializing in three main activities: property investment and fund management, financial services and principal investments.

Atrium Centers was launched in 2007.

Dawnay, Day PanTerra, the majority owner of Atrium Centers

Dawnay, Day PanTerra Limited is part of the Dawnay, Day Group which has over 20 years of property investment experience and has a diversified commercial property portfolio in Europe including Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, the Baltic States and India. Dawnay Day’s principals and staff have developed considerable expertise in active property management, financing, investment, transactions and portfolio construction.

DDPT’s principal objective is to identify acquisition targets and manage transactions and portfolios within these territories. DDPT has gained extensive local and regional knowledge due to its activities in the Central & Eastern European property markets and has an established local presence.

Dawnay, Day in the markets

Dawnay, Day PanTerra, the majority owner of Atrium Centers, is involved in various activities in the European market.

Joint ventures

Since 2000, the principals of Dawnay, Day PanTerra Limited have built significant partnerships in joint ventures with Lehman Brothers, Barclays Bank, Patron Capital, JP Morgan & Co, Hermes and other private investors.

Transactions include:

Puma Property (DD) Fund L.P.

Established in 2002 to invest in UK commercial property where assets offered significant income yield over bank debt with the same term

The rationale was to focus on reversionary opportunities

Total investment was €150m which sold at the end of 2006 for €211m

Now closed and paid out a return to investors after carry and all expenses of 39% annual IRR.

Dawnay Shore Hotels Plc.

DSH was established in July 2004 to acquire a group of 13 hotels, and currently owns a portfolio of 20 four and five star regional hotels in the UK.

DSH operates under the Paramount brand of distinction and has also created a Signature portfolio which is positioned at the top end of the market.

Paramount Hotels offer extensive banqueting, conference and leisure facilities and many of them have architectural and historical significance.

250% rise in share price since listing on AIM in July 2004

www.paramount-hotels.co.uk

Dawnay, Day Carpathian Plc.

Incorporated on 2 June 2005 for the purpose of investing in the retail property markets of Central & Eastern Europe, the Company raised £140m when floated on AIM on the London Stock Exchange.

DDC’s strategy is to create value through investing in predominantly commercial retail properties such as shopping centres, supermarkets and retail warehouses located in Central & Eastern Europe. This includes countries that have benefited from EU accession on 1 May 2004 and 1 January 2007 respectively.