NavInvest Greece is the investment advisory service provided by Navigator Consulting Group in Greece.
Founded in 1995 in Athens, Navigator provides an integrated range of consultancy services relating to investments in Greece.
Our services have been developed based on over 20 years of experience in Greek development, during which we have seen a full range of investment scenarios unfold.
We have advised on some of the largest investments in Greece, while safeguarding our reputation as an independent and objective advisor.
WORKING WITH US
We work with a wide range of direct clients and intermediaries for investment projects in Greece, including:
Sovereign wealth funds
Private equity and distressed asset investors
High net worth individuals and family investment offices
Business angels and venture capital firms
Corporate managers and project sponsors
Asset managers and owners of assets in Greece
Embassies, chambers of commerce and similar agencies
Professional partners such as legal and accounting firms
Projects are undertaken upon completion of a know-your-customer process to ensure there are no conflicts of interest.
Crete Seafront Land for Sale
153,000 sq.m. | € 12,000,000
This land plot is located in a stunning area of natural beauty in north-western Crete. It includes a sandy beach, and can build a minimum of 22,000 sq.m.
13 Villas in Mykonos for Sale
from 250-400 sq.m. | € 22,000,000
This unique estate is located on a promontory between two sandy beaches, and includes 13 villas in a gated community.
Greek Private Island for Sale
100,000 sq.m. | € 5,000,000
This private island is located in a sheltered location in the Corinthian Gulf with stunning views. It has planning permission to build 800 sq.m.
Our Investment Thesis
We take a conservative and skeptical approach towards all aspects of investment advisory and structuring in Greece. Our basic investment thesis is based on the following tenets:
1. Asset values have reached new lows in Greece, driven by public sector uncertainty and the Greek debt crisis. Together with low values, low costs of building materials, labour and services make expansion and renovation economic.
2. Low asset valuation notwithstanding, the Greek tax environment is hostile while the Greek public sector remains incapable of basic management and regulatory tasks. In many cases, tangled regulatory processes are a vector for corruption.
3. Operating returns of most Greek companies do not reflect real operating potential. This is particularly the case with Greek hotels, agricultural or natural resource companies.
4. An entire generation of managers is now retiring, and assets cannot be inherited or operated by the next generation. Capital for renovation and repositioning does not exist, As a result, this is an excellent time to roll up assets.