General Information

CS Real Estate Fund Siat


The Credit Suisse Real Estate Fund Siat (CS REF Siat) is a residential real estate fund. It invests primarily in multi-family dwellings in large and mid-sized Swiss cities, as well as their metropolitan areas. The fund also has selected commercial properties. These are let to prime tenants on a long-term basis. The fund is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

Top 5 Projects/Properties

Giessen-Areal, Dübendorf (Baufeld M2)

“im Giessen”, Dübendorf

  • Construction year: 2016 to 2022
  • Utilization: Residential, retail
  • Size of investment in CHF: ca. 270 Mio.
  • Total rentable area: ca. 40'000 m2

«Skylights» - Schoren, Basel

  • Construction year: 2014 to 2016
  • Utilization: Residential
  • Size of investment in CHF: 35.9 Mio.
  • Total rentable area: 10'380 m2

«Escherpark», Zurich

  • Construction year: 2012 to 2015
  • Year purchased: 1941
  • Utilization: Residential
  • Market value in CHF: 115.1 Mio.
  • Total rentable area: 9'089 m2

Grafenau 4-10, Zug

  • Construction year: 1993
  • Year purchased: 1998
  • Utilization: Office
  • Market value in CHF: 123.0 Mio.
  • Total rentable area: 16'987 m2

«Neumarkt 1 + 2», St. Gallen

  • Construction year: 1963 + 1967 
  • Year purchased: 1959 + 1962 
  • Utilization: Retail, office
  • Market value in CHF: 96.0 Mio.
  • Total rentable area: 15,500 m2

Fund Manager

Samuel Egger

Samuel Egger

Samuel Egger has been working in Real Estate Investment Management at Credit Suisse since 2010. He has been Fund Manager of the CS Real Estate Fund Siat since October 1, 2013.

His first role in Real Estate Investment Management was as Assistant to the Head of this area at the time. He then spent six months working in each of the specialist areas of Development & Construction, Asset Management, and Acquisition & Sales. In parallel, he completed a Master of Advanced Studies in Real Estate (CUREM) at the University of Zurich.

Samuel Egger initially joined Credit Suisse in 2000, prior to his studies for a business degree at the University of Fribourg. At this time, he worked for nine months in the Credit Recovery Real Estate area. After graduating, he worked as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Financial Services before completing a Career Start Program at Credit Suisse in Corporate Finance between 2006 and 2007. He was a client advisor for private bankers Reichmuth & Co in Lucerne from 2007 to 2009. 


Secondary Content


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