For real estate assets, the authorities have identified a pool of 3,150 properties with an estimated market value of €10 billion. This will provide a basis for sales over the next 2–3 years, and from this group the authorities will transfer 1,000 fully identified assets to the HRADF in 2013.
Beyond the pool of 3,150 assets, the authorities have identified some 10,000 additional real estate assets, with an estimated value of €8 billion, which could form the basis for later privatizations.
The HRADF has brought three projects to the tender stage over the last 12 months. With legal impediments removed, the objective is to have 21 objects tendered by June 2013 (compared to only seven since the setup of the HRADF). With adherence to this schedule, sales proceeds could begin to accrue in earnest during H2 2013.
The recent amendment to the privatization law mandating the HRADF to take account of recommendations of Parliament’s Economic Committee threatens to introduce new barriers and delays into the process.
(HRADF) it should not be micro-managed by parliament, it does need to be accountable for its actions.
cumulative proceeds are now set at
€6 billion by 2014,
€10 billion by 2016, and
€23.5 billion through 2020 (including the €1.6 billion realized to date).
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