Asian Investors in the magazine – Page 8

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    Spoilt for choice

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Diversification and opportunity are the two key reasons why the Dutch giant ABP is increasing its exposure in Asia, with the rapidly expanding non-listed markets looking increasingly investable. Richard Lowe reports

  • Ticking the right boxes
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    Ticking the right boxes

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    As western pension funds move into the Asia Pacific markets, there are significant challenges to be met in choosing the right region, the right sector and the right manager with the right track record. Richard Lowe reports

  • Meeting the locals
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    Meeting the locals

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    A culture of secrecy and fear of a loss of face are among the challenges IPD faces in rolling out its product in Asia. But progress is being made – a good example is South Korea, as Kevin Swaddle reports

  • Interdependent world
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    Interdependent world

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Asia is not as dependent on the US as it was, but globalisation means that its impact will always be felt. Richard Lowe reports

  • Ambitious players seek guidance
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    Ambitious players seek guidance

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Asian investors are mopping up assets coveted by European pension funds – and blazing a trail in markets some would consider uninvestable. And they're keen to learn, as Shayla Walmsley reports

  • The move to the city
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    The move to the city

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    India’s demographics and booming urbanisation are compelling, but risk abounds – valuation and political risk among them, writes Kristen Paech

  • This land is our land
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    This land is our land

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Do not be blinded by China’s stellar growth. Pay careful attention to transparency and ownership issues, says Kristen Paech

  • Second wind?
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    Second wind?

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    We thought Japan’s recovery had taken hold. But has it? For now at least property investors are bullish, as Paul Benjamin reports

  • A twist in the tale
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    A twist in the tale

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Institutions have an opportunity to enter the Hong Kong market as developers sell off to raise liquidity, as Michael Grimes finds

  • Make yourself at home
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    Make yourself at home

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    Singapore looks set to offer significant investment opportunities in the residential and hotel sectors, writes Michael Grimes

  • Lights in the shadow
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    Lights in the shadow

    July 2008 (Magazine)

    While China and India have grabbed the headlines Asia’s ‘tigers’ still hold significant potential, writes Paul Benjamin

  • The challenge of uniformity
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    The challenge of uniformity

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    There are significant variations in the standards of governance of listed real estate across Asia. Family ownership is among the challenges facing regulators and industry bodies.

  • Change, no change
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    Change, no change

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Over the past year, Gerald Gaige has seen the Russian market continue to surge but he highlights considerable risks borne of the inexperience of local market players

  • Top dog  suffers teething problems
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    Top dog suffers teething problems

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Institutional-grade property in Moscow is still in short supply. While this bodes well in some respects, there are still considerable risks when entering the marke.

  • Asia’s maturing potential
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    Asia’s maturing potential

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    With only 4-5% of Asia’s investment grade stock held in REITs, the growth potential is enormous, not least due to a new alignment between the interests of foreign capital and regional developers. Michael Grimes reports

  • Mixed fortunes
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    Mixed fortunes

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Japan is the most notable victim of the credit crunch. But there are new opportunities in Asian REITs, says Peter Mitchell

  • Eastern promise: no immunity
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    Eastern promise: no immunity

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Interest in the Asia growth story has been further bolstered by malaise in Europe and the US, but those seeking insulation from the west may well be disappointed. Kristen Paech reports

  • Asian investors’ game choice
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    Asian investors’ game choice

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Macau earns more from gaming than Las Vegas – one reason why investors into Asia should look beyond the main powerhouses, as Paul Benjamin reports

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    Market view: Undeterred by obstacles

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Unlike some other Asian markets, which may have peaked, Thailand still has growth potential as James Pitchon reports

  • Departing the traditional mainstream
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    Departing the traditional mainstream

    February 2008 (Magazine)

    Asia and distressed real estate are the opportunities of the moment as the market enters an uncertain new year. Richard Lowe reports