European Investors in the magazine – Page 8

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    Home comfort?

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    Will European housing markets see signs of stabilisation or is there a squeeze ahead? Monika Bukowska reports

  • Varying depths of mud
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    Varying depths of mud

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    Portugal, Spain and Italy offer opportunities but in light of their problems stock selection is more critical than ever. To group them with Greece is misleading. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

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    Another ill-conceived fine mess?

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    The proposed AIFM directive has raised hackles among alternative fund managers. Peter Cluff looks at its progress so far

  • All eyes on the UK
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    All eyes on the UK

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    In 2009 the strength of the recovery in UK property values took investors by surprise. Long term, UK property should deliver strong returns for pension funds but the risk is now a lack of suitable investment stock. Gail Moss reports

  • No spark in the gloom
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    No spark in the gloom

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    A recovery in the Irish property market looks some way off but Irish pension funds hold on for the upturn. Gail Moss reports

  • Caution is the watchword
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    Caution is the watchword

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    In a fragile recovery, investors are returning selectively to European property, with an eye to top quality assets and income generating potential. Lynn Strongin Dodds examines the market

  • Analyse and scrutinise
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    Analyse and scrutinise

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    In an era of prudence investors and managers need reliable data to support their asset allocation and investment decisions, says Cameron McVean

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    Reading the signs

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    The medium-term outlook for UK property is far from clear. Peter Hobbs and Henry Stratton examine and assess some likely outcomes

  • Not out of the woods yet
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    Not out of the woods yet

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Ian Whittock forecasts double-digit returns on existing stock for 2010 but longer term he’s cautious on the risks of a stalling economy

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    Paris: Suburban moves

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Victoria Scalogne reports a trend for larger corporates to relocate to the outskirts

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    London: Look to the City

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Greg Mansell says the West End no longer looks good value

  • Highs and lows
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    Highs and lows

    March 2010 (Magazine)

    Before real estate markets across Europe begin to show signs of a significant recovery, there will have to be an improvement in the area’s economic fundamentals. Nicole Lux and Richard Plummer report

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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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    Speak up

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    The property industry’s rearguard action against EU proposals to lump real estate in with the hedge funds and investment products blamed for the global downturn, proves the importance of being heard in Brussels. Mark Faithfull reports

  • Change of perception
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    Change of perception

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    For VBV’s Günther Schiendl the economic crisis has changed the real estate landscape. No longer can it be considered to be the stable, long-term source of liquidity it once was. In addition to greater liquidity risk comes the hard lesson that the reality can be more dramatic than the worst-case ...

  • Domestic bliss
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    Domestic bliss

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    As the economy improves, Swedish pension funds are renewing their search for quality investment products at home, says Gail Moss

  • Fortress Norway
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    Fortress Norway

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    Although relatively resilient, Norway has been unable to avoid an overheating property market. And now the country’s biggest investor is about to test the water, as Gail Moss reports

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    Safe as houses

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    Domestic real estate is still the safe option for Finnish investors. But they are beginning to look overseas for further core, growth and opportunistic investments, says Gail Moss

  • New interest
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    New interest

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    The rebound in equities means Danish investors are now underweight in real estate and looking to rebalance with new allocations. Gail Moss reports

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    Feeling better – slowly

    December 2009 (Magazine)

    Some Icelandic investors are looking to real estate to help them improve performance, but in the wake of the country’s financial collapse prospects are limited. Gail Moss reports