Grosvenor Group is one of the largest privately-owned international property companies

We develop, manage and invest in property in more than 60 cities around the world.

Four regional Operating Companies (Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, Grosvenor Americas, Grosvenor Asia Pacific and Grosvenor Europe) are responsible for their own property strategies. Together, they enable the Group to diversify by geography, sector, activity, currency and management team. Last year, their combined activities accounted for 87% of the Group’s capital as they developed, managed and invested in assets in principally the retail, residential and office sectors.

Our Indirect Investment business further diversifies the Group’s property interests by backing specialist third-party management teams. By last year end, it had invested 13% of Grosvenor Group’s capital in Africa, Australia, Europe and North and South America.

The purpose of the Group is to improve property and places to deliver lasting commercial and social benefit. This is achieved by adopting a farsighted approach, being locally engaged and sharing and benefitting from our international experience – we call this our Living Cities approach.

We are part of the Grosvenor Estate

Grosvenor Group is one of three constituent parts of the Grosvenor Estate which encompasses all the activities of the Grosvenor family. Sharing the same values and a common purpose of delivering lasting commercial and social benefit, each has a distinct focus:

The Family Office manages the Grosvenor family’s rural estates in the UK and Spain, with the aim of bringing a sustainable approach to the stewardship of land, property and the environment.

It also manages Realty Insurances, financial investment portfolios, a fine art collection and the Westminster Foundation.

To find out more about the Family Office please click here.

Founded in 2012, Wheatsheaf directly operates, invests in and helps to develop businesses in the food and agriculture sectors. Through the activities of over 2,500 people across 34 countries and the development of innovative technologies, it aims to contribute enduring solutions to improve efficiency in the production of healthy and nutritious food to meet the food requirements borne out of the increasing demands of a changing global population.

Along with pursuing commercial returns, Wheatsheaf strives to provide a lasting social benefit by helping agricultural business be more efficient and adaptable; reduce reliance on antibiotics, harsh chemicals, fossil fuels and unsustainable resource use; and reduce waste, using raw materials efficiently.

To find out more about Wheatsheaf Group please click here.

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