Asian Investors in the magazine – Page 5

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    A leap forward

    March 2011 (Magazine)

    IPD’s efforts to bring transparency to Asia’s real estate markets are paying substantial dividends but there is still much to do, as Kevin Swaddle reports

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    Fill the knowledge gap

    November 2010 (Magazine)

    A new report by Professor Graeme Newell finds Asian pension funds under-allocated to real estate and in need of reform. An overview of the report and a summary of findings is presented by Peter Mitchell

  • Strength for growth
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    Strength for growth

    November 2010 (Magazine)

    APREA’s recent VIP conference reaffirmed regional fundamentals – with an eye for new opportunities, reports Shayla Walmsley

  • Resilient listed
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    Resilient listed

    November 2010 (Magazine)

    The country’s post-war boom and subsequent stagnation has been well documented. However, the listed property sector’s ability to continue improving shareholder value has not been. Matthew Hodgkins reports

  • Re-emerging tigers
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    Re-emerging tigers

    September 2010 (Magazine)

    Overpriced Chinese residential is pushing investors towards greater Asia – but pan-Asian funds are out, reports Shayla Walmsley

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    Manager viewpoint: Global outperformance

    September 2010 (Magazine)

    Although risk-seeking is back on some real estate investors’ radar screens, it is balanced against an uneven pace of economic recovery globally, and a heightened sense of what American economist Ben Shalom Bernanke described as an “usually uncertain” economic outlook. Most economies in Asia Pacific are now as big, if ...

  • Variety performance
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    Variety performance

    September 2010 (Magazine)

    China has made more economic progress and is moving into the core-plus space, yet India offers greater transparency – and better prospects for opportunistic investors, as Megan Walters and Nick Crockett report

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    London (still) calling

    August 2010 (Magazine)

    The UK’s revival continues to gather pace as funds believe the potential value outweighs the potential challenges, while investor sentiment to Asia Pacific is beginning to improve. Richard Lowe reports

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    Punts in the powerhouse

    August 2010 (Magazine)

    For all its opacity, China is seen as the pre-eminent BRIC property market. So what has it got that India has not? Shayla Walmsley finds out.

  • Bringing it all back home
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    Bringing it all back home

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    Asian investors are looking to neighbouring markets to plug the regional gap left by overseas capital. Shayla Walmsley reports

  • Office lights shining
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    Office lights shining

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    Office markets in Singapore, Sydney and Shanghai offer particularly good prospects for investors, says Charlie Huang

  • Urban realities
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    Urban realities

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    The world’s fastest changing residential real estate markets are in Asia, as Tim Bellman and Shane Taylor report

  • A principled approach
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    A principled approach

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    The global recession has sparked interest in Islamic finance with its emphasis on risk aversion. And real estate is the ideal asset class for Sharia investment. Henri Vuong explains

  • A bubble in the making?
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    A bubble in the making?

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Asian economies escaped the worst ravages of the global financial crisis, giving a boost to property markets. But is a bubble developing? Paul Benjamin finds out

  • Look to the East
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    Look to the East

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    The size and maturity of Asia make it very attractive market to investors. But where to begin? Stephen Ryan and Jennifer Kaiser explain

  • Proceed with caution
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    Proceed with caution

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Improving economic fundamentals and low consumer indebtedness are positives for Asian markets, but the outlook isn’t all rosy, says Thomas Au

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    Join the club

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    From next year property industry associations in Asia and Europe will begin recruiting pension fund members. But why should they join? Shayla Walmsley reports

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    Rising East

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    While Asia’s debt and equity markets are becoming more active, foreign investors are still focusing on domestic opportunities, says Chris Reilly

  • Surge on hold
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    Surge on hold

    September 2009 (Magazine)

    A new survey shows that commitment to Asia is set to increase, particularly in China, and that a local manager is critical. Dasha Kruchkoff reports

  • Jump through government hoops
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    Jump through government hoops

    September 2009 (Magazine)

    In spite of a recent wobble in China’s stellar statistics, transaction volumes are increasing and the end of the year may present good opportunities. First, foreign investors must negotiate the obstacle course that is the government approval process, as Paul Benjamin reports