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Bild: Croatia is among the eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer

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first_imgThere are also various other factors, from fear of travel, declining spending and financial power, lack of vacations, etc.… Measures are slowly being planned or are already being relaxed in each country, which means there will be a strong narrative of each country (buy and travel locally) in order to start the local economy as soon as possible, which is currently an imperative. It is in this segment that the Germans are very much aware of the need to strengthen the local economy. Of course, one should be aware and realistic, until a vaccine or cure is found, we cannot expect a recovery in tourism, which will surely last from that moment for 2-3 years. In the current situation, we also cannot expect large tourist traffic and tourist activity, but we should certainly look at it and be optimistic, ie do our best to catch some tourist traffic. That is why we need to react quickly and be ready, listen to the situation in every market and be proactive. Of course, to emphasize once again, one should be optimistic and do everything to activate the tourist market, as always, but one should also be aware of the realistic framework. This tourist year needs to be crossed, at least when it comes to some big tourist numbers, and if the situation gives us a chance, of course we need to embrace it and do everything in our power. But also our long coast has too many places and coves for distance as well as smaller tourist destinations. Certainly the demand will be for houses and villas with swimming pools, especially those in rural areas and away from city centers, as well as active holidays and the interior. Certainly, such texts and advertisements in the most widely read and extremely influential German newspapers are a big plus. And just a great foundation, if and when the situation is further improved in an optimistic scenario, to direct promotional budgets to save from the tourist season what to save that. / / / A VIEW FROM GERMANY: IF YOU TRAVEL ACROSS BORDERS AT ALL, THE GOAL WILL BE A EUROPEAN COUNTRY But we must also be aware of the question of when and if it will open borders. As Capak recently stated, borders will be opened only if the situation in other countries is stable, ie if it is better than in our country. Certainly, regional travel will be in trend in the coming years, not so far from your home. Here, as a car destination, we certainly have an advantage. Also, after more than a month of quarantine, self-isolation, psychological fear and negative news, of course, everyone has a very strong desire to travel, to finally “breathe”. But what will be the real rational desire to travel when it comes during that time we will see. One is desire and the other is reality. However, fear is the strongest and the main opponent of tourism. / / / GERMANY AS OUR MAIN BROADCASTING MARKET, RECOVERY EXPECTED ONLY IN AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER Also, in addition to Bild, today it is German state television ZDF in the morning program reported on Croatia, and they released and staff from the new CNTB campaign #CroatiaLongDistanceLove. BILD: So will Croatia leave our vacation Factors that will play a role Prema article the most widely read German newspaper picture, Croatia is one of eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer. This fear is further expressed for families with children. And that’s why it’s important to be close to some hospital center, and the islands in this story are extra risky, because of the distance and without a direct road connection to the mainland. Despite the uncertain situation in which it is not known whether tourist trips can be realized, Bild singled out eight countries that could be desirable destinations for German tourists this summer, namely: Croatia, Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Tunisia, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland. Namely, Bild believes that these countries have responded well to the pandemic and that they could be ready for the arrival of tourists by the summer. The situation is changing from day to day, and we should react accordingly. At the moment, no one can say for sure what the weather will be like in September, and how the whole coronavirus situation will develop. Admittedly, epidemiologists expect a second wave of spread sometime in September, but for now, scientists and epidemiologists from around the world still have too many questions and assumptions and too few answers. / / / ISLIVING THE MOOD OF AUSTRIAN TOURISTS AND THE IMPACT ON THE SUMMER SEASON IN CROATIA Until May 03, a warning to citizens not to travel abroad is in force in Germany, and by the end of April it will be decided whether the recommendations will be extended. Certainly, Switzerland and Austria are also counting on German tourists, who in the context of the current need for social distance, active vacation, nature, ecology have a strong trump card. As well as the fact that the destinations are closer than us. BILD: Wo man im sommer trotz Corona Urlaub machen kann Also, Bild ranked the chances of tourist trips in these countries, and Croatia and Greece are in the category of “good chances”. Austria and Switzerland are in the “very likely” holiday category, while other countries are in the “likely” category. It is stated that Croatia introduced strict measures in the fight against the virus in a timely manner, which was a good decision that paid off. Director of the CNTB in Germany Romeo Draghicchio believes that in Croatia there are many accommodations in which it is possible to maintain a distance between guests. “Croatia is in a good position due to its accessibility by car via Austria and Slovenia, and if these countries open their borders, air flights are also possible.Draghiccho points out. last_img read more

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Wednesday people roundup [updated]

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first_imgAberdeen AM – Aberdeen Asset Management has named Hennie Houtveen as its head of asset management and transactions in the Netherlands. He will be tasked with optimising the Dutch property portfolio and in particular acquiring logistic real estate and shopping centres for Aberdeen’s investment funds. Previously, Houtveen worked at engineering firm Royal Haskoning DHV, the €15bn railways pension fund SPF, Meeùs Group and NS Stations, where he was responsible for commercial property of the Dutch Railways. Houtveen succeeds Mark Tordoir, who left for Heeneman & Partners, a firm focusing on structuring property investment funds.M&G Investments – Grant Hadland has joined the asset management arm of UK insurer Prudential as institutional equity multi-asset business development director. He was previously at Standard Life Investments, responsible for consultant relations, and held a similar role at Royal London Asset Management before that. M&G said Hadland would be responsible for developing its equity and multi-asset businesses, which manage £58bn (€67.6bn).Legal & General Investment Management – LGIM has hired Helena Morrissey as head of personal investing, a new role, for its UK retail investment business. Morrissey was previously chief executive of Newton Investment Management for 15 years. She is chair of UK asset management trade body the Investment Association, founded the 30% Club, which aims to get more women on company boards, and chairs the Diversity Project.Achmea IM – The €100bn asset manager Achmea Investment Management has appointed George Coppens as commercial director, succeeding Johan van Egmond, who has left Achmea. Coppens will be responsible for all client relations and meeting clients’ growth targets. He joins from Actiam – the €56bn asset manager of insurer Vivat – where he has been chief commercial officer and temporary chief executive since 2012. Prior to this, he worked at AXA, Credit Suisse and ABN Amro.SEI – The fiduciary manager has hired Simon Betteley from BlackRock. He joins as a sales director for the firm’s UK institutional sales team, and will focus on growing SEI’s business with larger UK pension funds. Betteley has also held investment and consulting roles at Aon Hewitt and Mercer.BMO GAM – BMO Global Asset Management has appointed Marga Hoek as a member of its responsible investment advisory council, which oversees BMO’s environmental, social, and governance-related investments. Hoek is chief executive and initiator of Groene Zaak, a network for sustainable entrepreneurs. She succeeds sustainability expert Annemieke Wijn of Anchor Consult, who leaves after completing her two-year term.Feri Trust – Marc Lennetz has joined the German investment manager from Frankfurter Volksbank. He has responsibility for strengthening Feri’s relations with private banks, savings banks and co-operative banks in Germany. Aon – Mark Duncan and Louise Wheeler have joined Aon’s DC business to cater for clients of the consultant’s master trust and other bundled trust-based schemes. Duncan joins from Scottish Widows where he managed some of the company’s largest corporate pensions arrangements. Wheeler transfers from Aon’s flexible benefits business.Brabners – The UK commercial law firm has appointed Ian Mylrea to lead the firm’s national pensions practice. He joined the company in December from DLA Piper and has worked for KPMG and Merrill Lynch. ING/NNIP – The new collective defined contribution (CDC) pension funds of ING and NNIP have each appointed a three-strong supervisory board (RvT), comprising Irene Vermeeren as chair and Erwin Capitain and Pim Baljet as members.Vermeeren is a pensions lawyer at JonesDay, whereas Capitain is a lecturer in accountancy at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam as well as supervisor at several pension funds. Baljet is executive chairman of private asset manager Oyens & Van Eeghen. Both pension funds have largely the same members on their board. The schemes ING CDC and NN CDC were established when the €30bn ING Pensioenfonds closed, following the division of ING into a banking arm and an asset management and insurance business.Standard Chartered – Tracey McDermott, former acting chief executive of the UK’s financial regulator, is to join the investment bank as group head of corporate, public, and regulatory affairs on 20 March. McDermott led the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) from September 2015 until June 2016, bridging the gap between Martin Wheatley and current CEO Andrew Bailey. Prior to taking the CEO role, McDermott held a number of senior roles at the FCA overseeing financial services conduct regulation. At Standard Chartered, she will be responsible for public affairs, sustainability, and communications, and will join the company’s management team.Universal-Investment – Former State Street chief financial officer Frank Eggloff has joined the management board of the German asset manager as managing director. He was previously CFO at State Street in Munich, and spent 15 years with the company in various roles. At Universal he will be in charge of finance and controlling, the company said.last_img read more

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