European Investors in the magazine – Page 14

  • Time to be fair to Germany...
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    Time to be fair to Germany...

    September 2007 (Magazine)

    Is the German real estate sector failing as a destination for foreign investment? Ute Geipel-Faber and Ellen Schwemmlein look at the facts

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    Safe as Warehouses

    September 2007 (Magazine)

    A rapidly expanding sector, logistics offers a more secure investment and higher income return than more mainstream sectors. But there are concerns for investors, as Christine Senior reports

  • Further growth in store
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    Further growth in store

    September 2007 (Magazine)

    The success of the European logistics sector is driving capital well beyond the continent’s prime locations, as Monika Bukowska reports

  • Take the high road
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    Take the high road

    September 2007 (Magazine)

    With greater globalisation no sector is likely to be more affected by the drive to sustainability than logistics. Ljiljana Grubovic and Ali Nassiri report

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    Something for everyone

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Recent fund launches suggest that if fund managers are running out of big ideas, they aren't short of big ambitions

  • Don’t invest for the sake of investing
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    Don’t invest for the sake of investing

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Founded in 1990, Austrian multi-employer pension fund APK today has €2.6bn in assets under management. Investment in real estate is driven by opportunity rather than allocation, as APK’s head of investments, Günther Schiendl, explains to Martin Hurst

  • Opportunity in diversity
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    Opportunity in diversity

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Kate Medlicott suggests some top city destinations for this summer in the eclectic world of European commercial real estate

  • First brave steps
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    First brave steps

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Growing supply pressures in the domestic market are forcing home-loving Swiss pension funds to venture abroad, but the learning curve will be steep. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

  • Residential rethink required
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    Residential rethink required

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Current regulations and a keen local property ownership culture are holding back Spanish institutional investment in real estate, as Adrienne Margolis reports

  • Embracing the wider world
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    Embracing the wider world

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Portugal’s institutional investors have long been content to invest domestically because of strong returns. Now things are changing, as Adrienne Margolis reports

  • Move right in
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    Move right in

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    A patchy market, major project delays and market fragmentation do little to reassure potential investors about serviced office.

  • Europe’s rising giant: Istanbul
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    Europe’s rising giant: Istanbul

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Exciting demographics have propelled Turkey up the league of investment appeal in spite of a shortage of stock and nagging political uncertainties, as Paul Strohm discovers

  • Retail delight
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    Retail delight

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Neville Moss looks at the emerging shopping centre market in Istanbul where exceptional fundamentals present a solid long-term outlook

  • Take a step back
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    Take a step back

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Germany’s impressive economic outlook bodes well for investment in its real estate market, but investors need to consider the options carefully, as Jan Wagner reports

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    Driving the common interest

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Founded in 2004, the Pan European Property Common Interest Group (PEPCIG), whose membership comprises senior property researchers from about 50 organisations across Europe

  • Going with the flow
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    Going with the flow

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Over the last three years the German real estate sector has grown closer than ever to the capital markets and the trend is set to continue, as Claudio Lagemann reports

  • Home advantage
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    Home advantage

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Despite its initial aim to encourage foreign investment the German government’s new tax legislation now appears to discriminate against foreign funds investing in Germany, as Uwe Stoschek, Sven Behrends and Christina Foth explain

  • Enable transparency
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    Enable transparency

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Questions have been raised about the quality of IPD’s German data. Their man on the ground, Daniel Piazolo, explains the challenges of establishing a property market index in Germany

  • Service provision plays catch-up
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    Service provision plays catch-up

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    A surge in interest in German real estate raises the stakes for investors. Christian Schulz-Wulkow reports

  • What’s bred in the bone
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    What’s bred in the bone

    July 2007 (Magazine)

    Hard’ factors such as regulation and liquidity only partly define the contours of real estate markets. The cultural stuff can be harder to negotiate. Shayla Walmsley reports