The 100 largest property fund managers in the world manage €3trn of assets between them
Investors are under-valuing residential REITs at a time when urbanisation and pressures on affordability are supporting a positive outlook. Chris O’Dea reports
Real estate and infrastructure debt is a fast-growing asset class among global investors, but for more than one reason, write Peter Hobbs, Niels Bodenheim and Sam Gervaise-Jones
Does infrastructure need its equivalent of a REIT? Fraser Hughes and Ted Brooks make the case for the IIT
A long-awaited mandate from Japan’s GPIF and a major corporate deal between LaSalle and Aviva show a maturing industry. But does LGPS pooling in the UK pose a threat to multi-managers?
The benchmark has assessed 903 real estate companies, funds and developers on their sustainability, covering a record 79,000 assets. Chris Pyke analyses the results