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Consulco reaches out to the refugees.

3rd January 2022

Consulco has purchased and donated children toys, heaters, blankets, clothing, shoes and books to the Bournera and Kofinou camp refugees.  The gifts for all the refugee children and the supplies were delivered to the two overcrowded refugee camps, by Consulco, on Thursday 30th December.     “The Cypriot society must make all possible contributions and take all […]


London Credit Fund – November 2021 Results

17th December 2021

Consulco’s London Credit Fund, during November 2021, achieved the following annualized returns: 5.50% p.a. on £ 4.11% p.a. on € and 5.09% p.a. on $ Based on the above, LC Fund has exceeded its annualized target return of 4% on Euro for the 5th consecutive month and we anticipate the returns to remain high in […]


Consulco opens its Limassol office.

7th December 2021

Consulco, the investment manager with offices in London, Dubai, Moscow and Nicosia, established its newest office in Limassol. The office is centrally located at  18 Evagora Papachristoforou Street, parallel to Makarios Avenue, near the town’s municipal park. The firm’s Limassol operations are managed by Christos Hadjisotiris and Evangelia Kapnistou, both Limassol bred professionals with considerable experience in […]


Rents in the UK increased by 4.6 percent in the third quarter, the fastest rate in 13 years.

2nd December 2021

Rental rates are skyrocketing as individuals in the United Kingdom return to normalcy following the Covid-19 outbreak. The average weekly residential rent in London for one- and two-bedroom homes was £566 at the end of October, the highest level since December 2019. According to a research released by Zoopla, the average rent in the United […]


Large Infrastructure projects and their impact on property values.

2nd December 2021

As London has evolved and grown over the centuries, it has benefitted from waves of infrastructure projects that have boosted economic activity and increased property values.  In the eighteen century, the new canal network allowed wool and coal to be shipped more quickly and cheaply to and around the capital, whilst the nineteenth century saw […]