COOKIES: We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. You can see our cookie policy here. Please click agree to remove this message.

Issue : July/August 2019 (Magazine)

Sort by: Newest firstOldest firstA-ZZ-A

  • richard lowe

    Is infrastructure on the right track?

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Infrastructure fund managers had a record fundraising year in 2018 – and according to Preqin, 2019 could be even bigger. Although capital raised in the second quarter of this year was lower than it was in Q1, infrastructure was the only private capital asset class to see fund closures accelerate between March and June.

  • president donald trump speaks on energy infrastructure at the cameron lng export terminal

    US infrastructure plan: Roadkill

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    It was the one area expected to attract bipartisan support. But the US’s desperately needed infrastructure plan has fallen victim to political gridlock, says Christopher O’Dea

  • detroit is among cities targeted by the rockefeller foundation and the kresge foundation

    Get in the (opportunity) zone

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Nearly 9,000 areas in the US have officially become ‘opportunity zones’. Christopher O’Dea asks whether institutional investors should set foot in them

  • us based realty income crossed the atlantic with the purchase of 12 sainsburys stores

    Are European sale and leasebacks about to take off?

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

     With the launch of LeadCrest and a large transaction by Income Realty, the European sale-and-leaseback market suddenly got busier. Rachel Fixsen reports

  • henri vuong

    Coming soon: global open-ended funds

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

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

  • funding mix in the pipeline 2018 19 to 2020 21 by sector

    Opinion: Financing infrastructure after Brexit

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    While the shape of the UK’s future relationship with its European neighbours is still unclear, the question of how to finance infrastructure fit for the 21st century is equally pressing, argues Darryl Murphy

  • wendy norris

    Interview: Wendy Norris, Future Fund

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    It has an absolute-return target to meet, so the Future Fund has been taking profits from real assets when it can. Wendy Norris speaks to Florence Chong

  • shanghai yangshan port china

    Opinion: Trade winds of change

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    What do rising trade tensions between the US and China mean for real assets? Anton Pil looks at the asset class most likely to be affected

  • top 75 infra managers

    Top 75 Infrastructure Managers: Why big is often best

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    With the continued growth of infrastructure mega-funds, is it inevitable that investors will overpay for assets and returns disappoint? Not necessarily, writes Christopher O’Dea

  • andreas kottering

    Top 75 Infrastructure Managers: Hard to avoid crowds

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    One of the appeals of mid-market strategies is the ability to avoid competition at the large end of the market. Christopher O’Dea asks whether this space is becoming too crowded as well

  • jim lydotes

    Listed infrastructure managers: Diverse opportunity set

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Fund managers of listed infrastructure vary widely in their approach, but they all make the case for active strategies. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports

  • graham matthews

    Whitehelm Capital: The manager with a smart strategy

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Whitehelm Capital has Dutch investor APG on board for its Smart Cities Fund. Christopher O’Dea reports 

  • james kingdom

    Demographics: A fragmented opportunity

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    An ageing population clearly supports investment in UK retirement assets. But deploying capital into the sector is far from straightforward, writes Maha Khan Phillips

  • indraneel karlekar

    Demographics: Germany shows its caring side

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Germany’s care-home provision is rapidly changing and could be an important investment opportunity, says Indraneel Karlekar

  • john williams

    Flexible workspace: Look beyond WeWork

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    WeWork is grabbing the headlines with its planned IPO, but the company makes up a small slice of a burgeoning global flexible workspace market, writes John Williams

  • oakridge shot ba 09

    Retail property: Convert it and they will come

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Oakridge Centre, Canada: Offices, residential and retail will be built around an already strongly performing shopping centre

  • 30 hudson yards

    New York: Still top of the heap

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    New York continues to demonstrate its resilience as one of the world’s biggest global real estate investment targets. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • china beijing raffles city beijing

    CPPIB bets on Asia-Pacific

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Since the financial crisis, CPPIB has built an extensive Asian real estate portfolio. Florence Chong speaks to the man behind the expansion

  • tractor mowing green field aerial view

    Agriculture: Germ of an asset class

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    Although institutional investment in agriculture remains minimal, this could change with structural shifts on the horizon. Florence Chong reports

  • brookfield pipeline

    Market Report: Banking on Brazil

    Magazine Tue, 2 Jul 2019

    The economic and political fortunes of Brazil are unpredictable, says Florence Chong. But some investors have made big bets on the country

Show  10 per page20 per page50 per page


Your first step in manager selection...

IPE Quest is a manager search facility that connects institutional investors and asset managers.

  • QN-2570

    Asset class: Direct Real Estate.
    Asset region: Europe excluding Switzerland.
    Size: 150m.
    Closing date: 2019-10-30.

Begin Your Search Now