European Investors in the magazine – Page 12

  • Diversified content yields performance
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    Diversified content yields performance

    August 2008 (Magazine)

    Converging returns in Europe and a possible change in the role of property were among the subjects at covered IPD’s European investment conference in Berlin. Richard Lowe was there

  • Think goals and goalposts
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    Think goals and goalposts

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    As performance becomes harder to come by Dutch pension funds are focusing increasingly on manager selection – as well as a number of new areas of investment, as Richard Lowe reports

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    Unfazed and undeterred

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Uncertainty has slowed activity but, despite a poor year for real estate, strategic allocations have not been cut and some have even increased, Gail Moss finds

  • Raise your game
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    Raise your game

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    A recent corporate governance study by the European Public Real Estate Association uncovered wide variances in standards, as Steve Hays reports

  • Better times ahead
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    Better times ahead

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    As structures are refined and markets improve, UK, Italian and German REIT prospects look brighter, say Paul van der Vaart and Luke Powell

  • Premium product?
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    Premium product?

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    The weight of capital attracted by fast economic growth has forced down yields across the region, but there is debate as to whether the change in market sentiment will reverse the trend.

  • Where do you live?
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    Where do you live?

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Resilient and highly diversified, but also management intensive and with a reputational risk, pension fund attitudes to residential housing vary worldwide.

  • Underweight strength
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    Underweight strength

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Long-term investors ensure sustained, robust demand for German residential but investment volume will be well down on last year.

  • Examine the business model
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    Examine the business model

    June 2008 (Magazine)

    Tenant privatisation has fallen short of expectations, so how do we meet healthy demand for German residential?

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    Ringing the changes

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    The race is on to take advantage of UK real estate opportunities, as well as broadening out into European infrastructure. Richard Lowe reports

  • Travelling far in search of comfort
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    Travelling far in search of comfort

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Disappointment over the new G-REIT has shifted the attention of German pension funds farther afield. Diversification is the clear driver, as Richard Lowe reports

  • Seize the opportunity
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    Seize the opportunity

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Austrian pension funds are adopting a strategy of broadening the investment horizon in terms of regions and vehicles. Barbara Ottawa reports

  • Northern light  dims – slightly
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    Northern light dims – slightly

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Investors in Stockholm are waiting on the sidelines. Sub-prime fears persists but the city’s strong fundamentals may well see it weather the storm, as Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

  • Market report: Stockholm sizzles while other markets sweat
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    Market report: Stockholm sizzles while other markets sweat

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    The Nordic economies have generally outperformed those in the rest of Europe historically, and this has been particularly marked in the last business cycle from the mid 1990s.

  • Reward for industry
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    Reward for industry

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    Pension funds looking for a stable investment would do well to consider a sector that is too often overlooked, writes Christine Senior

  • Market report: France – lure of the south
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    Market report: France – lure of the south

    March 2008 (Magazine)

    The last five years have seen industrial property in France graduate from a niche sector to the mainstream investment market.

  • In need of a tonic
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    In need of a tonic

    February 2008 (Magazine)

    Investors have been struggling with their real estate allocations, but a new development should boost the flow. Richard Lowe reports

  • The new French revolution
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    The new French revolution

    February 2008 (Magazine)

    It has taken investors by storm. The new regulated non-listed investment vehicle, OPCI, should boost property allocations. Nicolas Simon reports

  • Time it right
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    Time it right

    February 2008 (Magazine)

    Uncertainty abounds in the London real estate market, not least due to financial sector worries. However, overall interest remains keen. Richard Lowe reports

  • Market view: The key questions
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    Market view: The key questions

    February 2008 (Magazine)

    Will the occupier market hold? With UK commercial property returns falling on the back of a repricing of cash flows, the question is how far the occupier market will hold up and partly offset deteriorating investor sentiment.