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Cromwell is a listed entity (ASX:CMW) and abides by ASX Market Disclosure requirements. All announcements are listed in the Securityholder section of this website.

Our platform

210+ assets under management
leased to more than 2,100 tenants
340+ people
across Australia, New Zealand and Europe
19 offices
in 15 countries

Cromwell’s total assets under management across Australia,
New Zealand and Europe is valued at A$11.4 billion.

31 December 2023

Investment options

Unlisted retail funds


We provide everyday Australian and New Zealand investors with access to a range of unlisted income-producing property investment options.

Investments start from as little as $10,000.

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Unlisted wholesale funds and asset management mandates


We partner with a range of institutional investors, private equity and capital providers from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America, providing investment and real estate asset management solutions.

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Listed offerings


Cromwell Property Group is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:CMW).

Investors can gain exposure to a pan-European real estate portfolio via the Cromwell European REIT (CEREIT), listed in dual currencies on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited.



Cromwell has formalised an ESG Strategy for our global business. This strategy includes targets that are crucial to our future, including decarbonising our business toward net zero and setting new baselines for areas – such as energy consumption, waste management, and carbon in each of our operating regions. We have also developed region specific targets to ensure we are addressing local concerns, such as the development and registration of an Australian Reconciliation Action Plan, with further progress and meaningful reflection occurring constantly.

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Ignore the noise: Australian office isn’t dead (or dying)


The future of offices in a post-pandemic world continues to be a topic of robust conversation.

It can be easy to fear the worst, especially as reports of landlords handing keys to the bank; assets sitting unoccupied; and valuations declining 80% take up the front page of newspapers.

It’s important, however, to understand that these events have been limited to the US, a challenged market with different financial, social, and real estate context. The outlook for office in Australia is markedly more positive for several reasons.

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Reach out to our local specialists who are ready to answer any questions, whether it’s specific to investor relations, funds management, property management, financial queries, career opportunities or just a general query.