Amir Dayan is a real estate investor and entrepreneur. In recent years, he invested 3 billion euros in the real estate market. With numerous projects headed by him, he has worked with multiple important business figures and led many significant projects.
Born in 1974, in Tel Aviv, Israel, to a low-income family, Dayan achieved great success in a relatively short period of time due to astute investments in the real estate market. As a young professional, he had dreamt of creating something big that would transform the real estate market, by changing land and property buying and selling methods. By 2005, he had launched his real estate activity, which has expanded across the entire European continent, consisting of over 90 hotel properties in Germany and the UK.
Amir Dayan is a role model for thousands of aspiring young professionals who want to pursue careers in real estate. With a track-record of over a decade in the real estate sector, he has proven capable of creating high-quality and fast-growing portfolios that deliver attractive returns to investors using modest leverage (high Return on Investment – ROI).
Dayan currently sits as the chairman of the advisory board of the Vivion group. The company is focused on acquiring real estate properties with value-add potential. Vivion has generated a massive turnover over the past 16 years – it has generated 4 billion euros in revenue and has issued 1.5 billion euros of bonds. S&P has rated the company as BB for its stability and BB+ for its exceptional notes.
As a member of the board, Mr. Dayan strives to deliver sustainable returns for investors. The company’s skilled workforce addresses the problems of the customers vigilantly, supported by an experienced management team. This helps keeping a clear observance of the operations from inside Vivion.
Dayan also oversees Vivion investments, a feature that deserves praise given the tough economic moment – his company provided their clients with well-rounded economic solutions, allowing the Vivion group to remain afloat and resilient during the pandemic. In fact, due to the entrepreneur’s efforts, two new contracts were closed as of October 8, 2020: two new lease contracts of 15,300 sqm of office space, dedicated to host two more government agencies.
Amir Dayan created a network with many institutional and private investors worldwide, currently backing his company. This allowed the company to grow, expanding their properties’ ground area and operations across Germany and other European countries.
His core management strategy delivers strong cash flows to a well-diversified tenant base. At present, Dayan is also a controlling shareholder and owner of several statehouses and buildings in the Netherlands and Germany. Of interest, in 2019, the Israeli investor purchased Bucharest’s historic Oscar Maugsch Palace, located at Bucharest’s University square.