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Senior Housing Across SEE

An overview of investment climate in the nursing facilities industry

November 2019

The world is getting older by the minute.

According to the 2018 Ageing Report of the EU1, Economic & Budgetary Projections for the 28 EU Member States (2016-2070), the old-age dependency ratio in the EU is projected to increase from 29.6% in 2016 to 51.2% in 2070. Overall in the EU, the total cost of ageing (public spending on pensions, health care, long-term care, education and unemployment benefits) is expected to increase by 1.7 percentage points to 26.7% of GDP between 2016 and 2070.

According to official reports across the board, the old-age dependency ratio has been on a rampant rise over the years. Every region is experiencing ageing population growth, and so is the SEE.

This rapid rise of average life expectancy will, in addition to medical advances, dictate the necessity for improvements in the overall quality of life. Changes in the economic structure, social values, and expectations of independency will shape the investment climate for autonomous senior housing solutions.

Businesses will be targeting third-generation people more and more, with these entrepreneurial projects including healthy lifestyle options, prolonged education, and tailored housing.

This booklet brings an overview of the current legal framework in the nursing facilities industry across the SEE. We have tried to answer the questions of available subsidies, possible restrictions and supervising models applicable for nursing facilities.

If you have more questions regarding the investment climate in any particular jurisdiction of the SEE region, we would be happy to help.

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Portrait of Gregor Famira
Gregor Famira
Partner
Ljubljana
Portrait of Dunja Jandl
Dunja Jandl
Partner
Ljubljana
Portrait of Indir Osmić
Indir Osmić
Partner
Sarajevo
Portrait of Antonia Kehayova
Antonia Kehayova
Senior Associate
Sofia
Portrait of Ana-Marija Skoko
Ana-Marija Skoko
Partner
Zagreb
Portrait of Tamara Samardžija
Tamara Samardžija
Attorney-at-Law
Podgorica
Portrait of Marija Filipovska
Marija Filipovska
Partner
Skopje
Portrait of Marija Marošan
Marija Marošan
Attorney-at-Law
Belgrade
Portrait of Dragana Jandrić
Dragana Jandrić
Attorney-at-Law
Belgrade
Portrait of Anna Pogrebna
Anna Pogrebna
Partner
Kyiv (CMS RRH)
Portrait of Arcan Kemahlı
Arcan Kemahlı
Counsel
Istanbul
Tamara Žajdela
Associate
Ljubljana
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