Paul Oberschneider is a property developer and financier with a 30-year track record in property development, asset management and financial structuring of real estate. Oberschneider built one of the largest fully integrated real estate advisory and investment businesses in Central and Eastern Europe. He was one of the largest commercial property developers in the region from 1993-2010 building over 3.2 million square feet of commercial retail centres, as well as a portfolio of residential and a hotel portfolio across three countries. Oberschneider consistently delivered successful returns to a diverse investor base of institutional investors as well as private family offices and HNW joint venture partners. Oberschneider recently launched the Hauser-Oberschneider Real Estate investment platform providing debt based growth capital for real estate. go to link In 2015 Oberschneider published Why Sell Tacos in Africa, a book about his experience in building businesses in emerging markets, and recently launched a new book called the Fast Track Entrepreneur to be published in January 2018. Both books have been published by Harriman House Publishers. source url
http://missionnorman.org/emiios/5211 Oberschneider lives in Oxford, UK and in Argentina where he spends time with his family.
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What do the pits of the Chicago and New York trading floors, Lehman Brothers, the Russian mob, addiction, alcoholism, starting businesses with nothing more than an idea, and Central and Eastern Europe all have in common? They have all played a part in the remarkable life story of Paul Oberschneider. An extraordinary entrepreneur who has built a $200 million business from scratch... in a foreign country and market he had no experience of, and no connections in (he didn't even speak the language)... starting with just $400 in his pocket. Paul's business success has included: - Building 2 million square feet of shopping centre space - Building 5 five-star boutique hotels in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland - Building an agency business of 850 people across 6 countries with 35 offices - Starting a mortgage company - Growing a chain of healthy fast food restaurants in London from 4 to 19 in just 18 months