Asian Investors in the magazine – Page 4

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    Indices boost

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    Japan is witnessing some important developments in the area of real estate indices. Jeff Wynkoop examines what this means for investors

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    From macro to micro

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    Real estate markets in Asia Pacific are moved by global economic headwinds as well as local developments. Christine Senior reports

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    Systemic risk endangers Asian tiger

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    Economist-gurus Nouriel Roubini and Gary Shilling, predictors of an eventual, property-induced hard landing for the Chinese economy, have been joined by ratings agency Fitch, which recently raised the possibility of systemic spread.

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    Revealing the true cost

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    ANREV has produced its first ever study on fund management fees as it seeks to improve transparency in the region. Clara Lee reports

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    Diversity in adversity

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    Following the withdrawal of Western capital from the region, the diverse markets of Asia have been buoyed by growing investment appetite from local institutional investors. But, as Gail Moss finds, opportunities and challenges remain in equal number

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    Where there’s growth, there’s cash

    July 2011 (Magazine)

    Asia is still attracting property investors – but they are not necessarily European pension funds, as Shayla Walmsley reports

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    The eclectic growth story

    July 2011 (Magazine)

    Asia Pacific markets have experienced impressive economic growth over the past few years and the region’s long-term prospects remain compelling. However, each market presents its own opportunities and challenges.

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    A little less mystery

    July 2011 (Magazine)

    New research has delivered a step change in transparency in a region that has been crying out for it, as Kevin Swaddle reports

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    Tightening the screw

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    Attempts have been made to cool the Chinese residential market, but have investment opportunities been damaged? James Buckley reports

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    Running out of steam?

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    There is no shortage of liquidity in China but how sustainable is the recovery? Al Chalabi considers the issues

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    Navigating instability

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    Supply-side risks and competition from local investors will be important considerations for investors into China and India where development is likely to remain the principal strategy as Milan Khatri and Glyn Nelson report

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    Investor viewpoint: Timing is everything

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    The pension fund for doctors in the North Rhine-region (NAEV) has an alternative portfolio with a heavy bias to real estate diversified beyond Germany and Europe, including Asia.

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    Manager viewpoint: Short-term risks persist

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    Despite heightened risk concerns from potential interest rate hikes in developed economies, credit rating downgrades in Greece and other euro-zone countries, conflicts in the Middle East and Africa, and the economic impacts of natural disasters in the Pacific, we remain confident of the economic outlook in the Asia-Pacific markets, which ...

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    Horizons broadening

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    As China and India continue to power ahead, introducing the REIT framework will help boost transparency and liquidity. Pirkko Juntunen reports

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    Emerging potential

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    ASian markets A shortage of CPI-based rental indexation and the role played by market authorities in controlling real estate markets make real estate in Asia less potent as an inflation hedge than it is in the west, but only in the short term, as Patrick Lecomte reports

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    Rising in the East

    May 2011 (Magazine)

    Investments in Asian non-listed property funds are expected to increase as growing confidence and maturity go hand in hand. Clara Lee presents the results of the fourth ANREV survey

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    Harness the potential

    March 2011 (Magazine)

    Steady economic growth is generating bright investment prospects in the south of Africa, but a key challenge is developing functioning capital markets, say Karl-Werner Schulte and Steen Rothenberger

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    Goodbye, Dubai

    March 2011 (Magazine)

    The Gulf’s property problems will take years to fix – but bold -investors with reliable local partners are unwilling to wait, finds Shayla Walmsley

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    Risk revisited

    March 2011 (Magazine)

    The risk curve for pension funds investing in Asia runs from slightly steep to vertiginous, as Shayla Walmsley reports

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    The benefit of experience

    March 2011 (Magazine)

    ANREV membership has doubled in a year and local commitment to its mission isimpressive. Local differences are among the challenges facing the organisation, writes Andrea Carpenter whose move to ANREV will help smooth the path towards greater transparency and best practice in Asia