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Vienna, Austria – ATX company CA Immo, a notable player in the real estate sector, has Thursday announced a management buyout at its German subsidiary, omniCon Gesellschaft für innovatives Bauen mbH. This move is part of the company’s ongoing effort to outsource non-core activities, emphasizing a strategic pivot towards core business functions.

Around 80 employees, or around 25% of CA Immo’s total workforce leave with omniCon’s management.

Business Model and Strategic Focus

Despite these significant changes, there will be no alteration to CA Immo’s fundamental business model. The company remains dedicated to its strategic focus on developing Class A office properties, indicating a continuous commitment to high-quality, premium real estate ventures.

omniCon’s Future Operations

Post spin-off, omniCon is set to operate independently in the market. This development follows CA Immo’s recent divestitures, including the spin-off of property management activities in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Austria, as well as the minority stake sale in a CEE facility management business. The spin-off of omniCon via a Management-Buy-Out marks a further step towards refining the company’s business model, concentrating on its principal competencies in the real estate domain.


CA Immo’s decision to divest its subsidiary omniCon aligns with its strategic goal of simplifying the business model and honing its focus on core activities. This restructuring is indicative of the company’s adaptive strategy in a dynamic market, ensuring sustained focus on its primary objective of developing top-tier office properties.

By Lisa Luckas

Lisa Luckas is a Sr. Business News Editor at Nobot.News.

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