Peter Winther

Peter Winther

CEO | Partner | MRICS

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Professional Summary

Peter is CEO of Colliers International in Denmark. In cooperation with the Investment & Capital Markets team, he also facilitates the sale of commercial and investment properties, including hotels and shopping centres, as well as property portfolios and companies.


With 27 years of experience in the real estate sector, Peter has facilitated transactions totalling in excess of DKK 100bn. Including, in recent years:

  • Sale of AC Marriott Bella Sky for BC Hospitality Group to Wenaas Gruppen
  • Sale of the residential property Hostrups Have to Heimstaden
  • Sale of residential properties for AP Pension and Pædagogernes Pension to Heimstaden
  • Sale of office properties for NCC Property Development to PensionDanmark and DEKA


2003  ̶  Chartered Surveyor, MRICS

1997 – Real Estate Agent, Valuer, Niels Brock, Copenhagen

1982 – LLM, Aarhus University

Memberships & Involvements

Positions of trust

  • Board member, Colliers International Danmark A/S
  • Board member, C.W. Obel Ejendomme A/S and Obel-LFI Ejendomme A/S
  • Board member, M. Goldschmidt Holding A/S
  • Board member, M. Goldschmidt Ejendomme A/S
  • Board member, Atlas Ejendomme A/S
  • Chairman of the Board, Taurus Ejendomsadministration ApS
  • Chairman of the Board, Keystone Investment Management A/S


Service Lines
Capital Markets / Investment
Featured News
24 Mar 2020
Colliers International launches advice website for EMEA clients
Analysts and brokers guide investors on the impacts of COVID-19 on business in Europe.
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23 Mar 2020
No last minute panic. Just panic.
Recent days have seen interest rent hikes on a scale that we had forgotten was even conceivable after an exceptionally long period of downtrending interest rates. Colliers believes that interest rates will see a renewed decline, just as the property market will bounce back once we see a sharp slowdown in the outbreak.
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17 Mar 2020
Who will actually be affected by an amendment of section 5(2)?
In January 2020, a plan to amend section 5(2) of the Danish Housing Regulation Act received political backing. The measures are feared to have broader implications than intended, dampening investors’ appetite and incentive for investing in old-stock residential rental properties.
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16 Mar 2020
The Bat that Turned into a Black Swan
Are the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak a passing phenomenon? And how long will it take for the commercial and investment property market to normalise?
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