European Investors in the magazine – Page 5

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    Turkish delight

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Investors have been attracted to its economic growth potential and demographics. But Turkey’s investment story is not straightforward, as Lynn Strongin Dodds writes

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    It’s good to talk

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Litigation has been the mainstay for conflict resolution in Germany. But new legislation is helping establish mediation as another way of resolving disputes, say Thomas Wiegelmann and Winfried Schwatlo

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    Keep your eye on the mall

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Germany’s retail sector has become a focal point in the search for income security. But investors should be careful to avoid oversights when targeting the sector, says Carsten Loll

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    Balancing act

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    How should investors balance their European real estate portfolios in a low-growth environment? Mike Keogh provides some answers

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    Still a safe haven?

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Is German office still a safe option for investors when taking into account vacancy rates? Erik Marienfeldt provides some answers

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    Opportunity knocks

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Prime German real estate was number one on the shopping list for institutions in 2011, but will 2012 be the year for distressed opportunities? Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

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    How risk-free is risk-free?

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    The sovereign debt crisis is undermining the concept of risk-free rate of return. What does this mean for RE markets? Pirkko Juntunen asks

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    Time for the UK to move into housing?

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    UK residential has long been considered an untapped investment opportunity for institutions. The debate has finally moved on from ‘why’ to ‘how’, writes Shayla Walmsley

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    Time to think differently?

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    Consultants have been accused of stifling innovation in the property asset class. Shayla Walmsley asks are they simply carrying out their orders?

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    Steady as a rock

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    Despite the recent economic turmoil, real estate contributes a significant amount of returns for UK pension funds. Gail Moss reports

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    Light at the end of the tunnel?

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    A beleaguered domestic property market has done little to help the cause of Irish pension funds. Gail Moss reports

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    Eastward bound

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    Keen pricing in the west and debt crises in the south helped propel investor capital towards Poland and Czech Republic. But are investors willing to explore the CEE regions further? Shayla Walmsley reports

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    Full of western promise

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    The London West End office market could benefit from strong growth in international business services, even if Europe were to fall back into recession. Mark Callendar and Jane Gravestock make the case

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    A market to study

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    The student accommodation market in Germany is not as mature and institutionalised as it is in the UK, but the market is developing and offers opportunities. Matthias Pink explains

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    In stark contrast

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    Why are the REIT markets in Germany and the US poles apart in size and maturity? Sven Helmer and Robert Borden seek some answers

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    Swedes gain home advantage

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    Swedish institutional investors have benefited from a stable domestic real estate market, but competition for institutional grade assets is high. Pirkko Juntunen reports

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    Insatiable appetite

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    The Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global has a long way to go to achieve its 5% target allocation to real estate, says Pirkko Juntunen

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    Danes still building exposure

    November 2011 (Magazine)

    The market uncertainty has prompted Danish pension funds to move slowly and carefully. But the signs are that real estate allocations will soon start to rise, as Rachel Fixsen finds

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    German vehicles drive on

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    Spezialfonds continue to grow in popularity as German institutional investors target property from Berlin to Warsaw. Shayla Walmsley reports

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    From fraud to fund strategy

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    The reputation of the Dutch real estate industry suffered another blow this year with the disclosure of a large fraud investigation. As Leen Preesman discovered, Dutch pension funds have other property-related matters to contend with