Analysis – Page 6

  • the headquarters of amsterdam smart building developer edge technologies
    Magazine

    Editorial: Doing more with fewer real estate managers

    November / December 2019 (Magazine)

    Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK) is Germany’s largest pension fund and it is growing. The €69bn institution receives capital inflows of about €4.4bn each year, while paying out €3.2bn in annual pensions.

  • uk prime minister boris johnson
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    Analysis: UK general election and real estate

    November / December 2019 (Magazine)

    The UK is due to head to the voting booths once again on 12 December. What this means for real estate investors is as unclear as ever

  • Real Assets
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    L&G's Rob Martin on populism, capitalism and real assets

    November / December 2019 (Magazine)

    The rise of populism has prompted calls for a remodelling of capitalism. Real assets investors need to respond by making significant changes themselves

  • shenji kawano copy
    Magazine

    Interview: Shinji Kawano, Tokio Marine

    November / December 2019 (Magazine)

    The Japanese fund-of-funds manager is looking overseas for local specialists

  • australian investors including qic were vying with paris based vinci airports for a majority stake in hobart airport
    Magazine

    Is infrastructure too expensive? In a word, no

    September/October 2019 (Magazine)

     There is an unprecedentedly large volume of capital earmarked for unlisted real assets, but the common observation today is that the markets are too expensive

  • Govia Thameslink train, London
    Magazine

    Is infrastructure on the right track?

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

    Infrastructure fund managers had a record fundraising year in 2018 – and according to Preqin, 2019 could be even bigger. Although capital raised in the second quarter of this year was lower than it was in Q1, infrastructure was the only private capital asset class to see fund closures accelerate between March and June.

  • president donald trump speaks on energy infrastructure at the cameron lng export terminal
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    US infrastructure plan: Roadkill

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

    It was the one area expected to attract bipartisan support. But the US’s desperately needed infrastructure plan has fallen victim to political gridlock, says Christopher O’Dea

  • us based realty income crossed the atlantic with the purchase of 12 sainsburys stores
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    Are European sale and leasebacks about to take off?

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

     With the launch of LeadCrest and a large transaction by Income Realty, the European sale-and-leaseback market suddenly got busier. Rachel Fixsen reports

  • funding mix in the pipeline 2018 19 to 2020 21 by sector
    Magazine

    Opinion: Financing infrastructure after Brexit

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

    While the shape of the UK’s future relationship with its European neighbours is still unclear, the question of how to finance infrastructure fit for the 21st century is equally pressing, argues Darryl Murphy

  • shanghai yangshan port china
    Magazine

    Opinion: Trade winds of change

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

    What do rising trade tensions between the US and China mean for real assets? Anton Pil looks at the asset class most likely to be affected

  • henri vuong
    Magazine

    Coming soon: global open-ended funds

    July/August 2019 (Magazine)

     Why the emergence of global, open-ended core funds might be more than just a pipe dream. Richard Lowe reports

  • richard lowe
    Magazine

    The runaway success of residential

    May/June 2019 (Magazine)

    The latest figures from the UN put the world’s population at 7.7bn. This is expected to increase by a further 2bn by 2050 before reaching 11bn by the end of the century. Retail property might be suffering the effects of modern (online) shopping habits, but demand for housing is only going to get stronger.

  • norway’s finance minister, siv jensen, speaks at a press conference in oslo earlier this year
    Magazine

    Norway’s oil fund changes course

    May/June 2019 (Magazine)

    Norges Bank is moderating its real estate ambitions while opening up to unlisted renewables. Rachel Fixsen explores what is happening at the sovereign wealth fund

  • richard lowe
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    Keep pace with technology

    March / April 2019 (Magazine)

    Tom Arnold, the global head of real estate at Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), recently travelled to China where he met officials at Alibaba.

  • richard lowe
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    The challenge of putting ESG into practice

    January/February 2019 (Magazine)

    Fund managers and investors call on the real estate industry to provide better ESG data

  • Magazine

    Triple Point courts investors for UK district heating

    November/December 2018 (Magazine)

    When Triple Point Investment Management won the contract to be the delivery partner for the UK government’s investment in heating networks, project director Ken Hunnisett realised much of the hard work had already been done.

  • richard lowe
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    The power of connections

    November/December 2018 (Magazine)

    The average Wi-Fi speed across 67 European cities is 24mbps. But where can you get the fastest downloads?

  • richard lowe
    Magazine

    Is the latest round of M&A a signal?

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)

    Real estate is often said to be a long-term, buy-and-hold asset class for institutional investors. But the success of investments invariably comes down to getting the timing right.

  • Magazine

    Is CPPIB’s green bond the start of a trend?

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)

    Canada Pension Plan Investment Board became the first pension fund to issue a green bond. Elisabeth Jeffries assesses the significance

  • Magazine

    Q&A: Pierre Lavalle, Canada Infrastructure Bank

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)

    In 2016 the newly elected Justin Trudeau government in Canada promised to review infrastructure investment in the country. One of the key pillars in its first budget was the creation of a Canada Infrastructure Bank. The bank’s CEO talks to Joel Kranc about its mandate.