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Coming soon: global open-ended funds

July/August 2019 (Magazine)By

 Why the emergence of global, open-ended core funds might be more than just a pipe dream. Richard Lowe reports

tokyo based gpif has awarded its first global real estate mandate

Multi-Managers: The march of the indirects

November/December 2018 (Magazine)By Christopher O'Dea,

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? 

European open-ended funds: Opening up questions

March/April 2018 (Magazine)By Jennifer Bollen

Pricing and transparency issues need to be addressed before Europe’s open-ended property funds market can grow as large as its US counterpart, says Jennifer Bollen

European open-ended funds: Fixing a pricing conundrum

March/April 2018 (Magazine)By ​Michael Hornsby

Michael Hornsby updates on INREV Open End Fund Pricing paper

US open-ended property funds: Steady as she goes

March/April 2018 (Magazine)By Christopher O'Dea

The days of strong returns are behind them, but core open-ended property funds in the US are very much active in the market. Christopher O’Dea reports on ‘The Odyssey’ funds

Funds: when open doesn’t really mean open

March/April 2018 (Magazine)By

Open-ended structures are in vogue in real estate, but not in infrastructure. Why the divergence? asks Richard Lowe 

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Long-income funds: A multi-billion UK export

November/December 2017 (Magazine)By Jennifer Bollen

Can continental Europe match the UK’s £25bn long-lease property fund market? A number of fund managers are betting on it

Long-income funds: Net leases gain respect

November/December 2017 (Magazine)By Vanessa Drucker

The net-lease real estate market in the US is gaining momentum with institutional investors

Australian RE managers: Global flight, domestic boom

November/December 2017 (Magazine)By Florence Chong

It is telling that the funds under management at Australia’s leading real estate investment managers are becoming increasingly weighted towards foreign capital. Florence Chong reports

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German RE managers: The year of the clean slate

November/December 2017 (Magazine)By Barbara Ottawa

Managers of German open-ended funds have now recovered from the post-2008 liquidity crisis. But the experience has shaped the industry, writes Barbara Ottawa

Defining the benefits for DC

September/October 2017 (Magazine)

Stephen Ryan argues that non-listed real estate is a good match for DC pensions

The rise of permanent capital

September/October 2017 (Magazine)

Longer-life real estate vehicles are becoming popular, in part for their long-term yield. Samantha Lake Coghlan and Ravi Chopra explore the advantages and challenges they present

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Foresight Group

Foresight plans A$200m fundraise for infrastructure debt fund

Fri, 23 Aug 2019By Florence Chong

Foresight Renewable Energy Income Fund plans A$50m first close in November

Shanghai, China

Chinese outbound real estate investment at seven-year low

Fri, 23 Aug 2019By IPE staff

Mainland Chinese real estate investment overseas was down 66% to US$3.8bn

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Pennsylvania PSERS ups REITs allocation

Fri, 23 Aug 2019By Jon Peterson

PSERS cuts private real estate allocation from 9% to 8% and ups REITs from 1% to 2%

Public cuts threaten UK care home investments – PSPI

Target Healthcare REIT expands UK portfolio with two acquisitions

Fri, 23 Aug 2019By IPE staff

The Moors Care Centre in Ripon and the Wharf Care Centre in Stourport for £18.6m

Knotel

Flexible office firm Knotel raises $400m with Kuwaiti SWF backing

Thu, 22 Aug 2019By IPE staff

Other investors include Japanese firm Mori Trust, Itochu and Mercuria

Stockland Piccadilly Complex

Stockland takes full control of Piccadilly Centre office building in Sydney

Thu, 22 Aug 2019By Florence Chong

Stockland also sold its 50% stake in 135 King Street and the Glasshouse mall to ICPF

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