Bulgaria

Real Estate, Building and Construction 

The global economic crisis has certainly changed the building, construction and real estate industry. Now, as markets started to recover and global liquidity improved, many challenges remain. For the construction and engineering companies access to capital and project financing, as well as improvement of risk management processes, environmental and sustainability issues have become more important than increase in revenue and margins. Other industry players are also facing new, more complex challenges, such as liquidity and financing risk, corporate governance, asset values, changing tax legislation.

 

Dealing with these complex issues will be critical for the companies to survive in the industry, but more importantly, it will reveal opportunities for those able to execute strategies based on realistic views of the future.

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Juliana Mateeva

Juliana Mateeva

Real Estate, Building and Construction Leader

+359 (2) 9697 300

In Bulgaria, our team of specialists utilize their industry knowledge and local experience, combined with KPMG’s global reach, to support clients in handling today’s complex issues the building, construction and real estate industry faces at national, regional and global level.

 

We invest continuously to expand our industry knowledge and provide clients with services tailored to their strategic and practical needs along the entire value chain of the property:

 

  • Financing and sourcing of capital
  • Real estate strategy and project development 
  • Real estate sales and acquisitions
  • Reporting on compliance and results
  • Optimisation and restructuring of portfolios and processes.

 

With regard to contracting and execution of construction projects our portfolio of services and capabilities includes:

 

  • Assessment of risk management systems and processes
  • Providing legal support in public procurement procedures
  • Advising in the building permit and operational permit process
  • Advising in contracting of the projects and relations with other participants in the construction process.

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