MOSCOW GAINING HEIGHT
Miguel Angel was born in 1977. Graduated in Law by University of Navarra, Spain, in 1999, he became co-head of the Information Technology department of that University in collaboration with RedIRIS (the academic Spanish national research network). After graduating in Computing Science in 2001 he started his career as IT consultant in Madrid, Spain moving later to Zaragoza, his hometown.
Since 2005, Miguel Angel has been working for Optimum World Properties, the international real estate agency inside Gesmar Group, travelling around the world to develope agency networks, managing the international department with Jose Ramon Callau and helping Gesmar Group in its international expansion.
He is at the moment immersed in the development of two high-rise buildings in Panama City.
Gesmar Group started its activity in
Optimum World Properties was created under the auspices of this international expansion, to adapt its product and staff for an international environment. As a part of Gesmar Group, Optimum markets all properties developed by the Group in
Nowadays, Optimum has presence in networks in
We have become proud members of AIPP, Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Great Britain and Germany, FIABCI, NAR, ACOBIR and AEGI, (and hopefully soon of RGR and Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Russian Federation) to provide a better service in a world that is globalized.
Investing in Emerging Markets – Panama: Strengths and opportunities
Moscow, October 2008
“In times of crisis, where does the money go?” I heard that in the last MIPIM exhibition, said by one of the most important luxury residences and hotel companies of the world. It’s not a question about “how much” but about “where”.
Although I’m not going into the history of high rise buildings in depth, or what does high-rise building mean , as all of you would probably know better than me, I would like to point some facts and figures about how Latin America has become into one of the most important high-rise (skyscrapers) with some superb skylines nothing to envy to Chicago, New York or other well known and historic cities around the world.