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Issue : May/June 2017 (Magazine)

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  • Rates rise up the agenda

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Our investor survey has repeated the same message year on year: institutional real estate allocations continue to rise or remain stable

  • Investor Forum: Agree to disagree

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Listed REITs can mirror direct investments, but do they they belong in property portfolios? Rachel Fixsen talks to six investors and advisers

  • Investor Survey: Allocators stand firm

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Despite some concern over interest rates, property allocations remain stable, while interest in developments, debt and REITs look to be on the rise, according to IPE Real Estate’s latest investor survey

  • us pensions the new diy investors

    US pensions: The new DIY investors?

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Mass PRIM made its first direct deal without a third-party manager last year. Is this the start of a new trend? Christopher O’Dea reports

  • steereing the super ship

    AustralianSuper: Steering the super ship

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Jack McGougan joined AustralianSuper just before the 2008 crisis. He talks to Florence Chong about pruning its property portfolio and taking it direct

  • South Korea: Lenders of second resort

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Pension funds and insurers are pushing more and more into real estate debt. And their appetite will only get stronger, writes Florence Chong

  • moving the dial

    Germany: Moving the dial

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Pension funds BVK and ÄVWL are pushing their property allocations beyond 20%. Barbara Ottawa reports on the challenges they face

  • the race is on

    Interest rates US: The race is on

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The world’s major central banks have waved the green flag on a race that will hold the attention of real estate investors – one between financing costs and rental rates.

  • spread between prime and secondary property yields in europe

    Interest Rates Europe: Time to raise the stakes?

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    If interest rates rise, the implications for Europe look complicated. So, asks Maha Khan Phillips, should investors go up or down the risk curve?

  • Interest Rates Infrastructure: Not just a bond proxy

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    How do interest rates affect global listed infrastructure? It is important to look beyond the short term, writes Giuseppe Corona

  • ginza tokyo attractive valuations on core property are piquing the interest of investors

    Asset Allocation: Gravitating to the world’s core

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    With bond yields low and real estate markets in late-cycle, investors are looking at increasing their exposure to global core, writes Christopher O’Dea

  • Portfolio: A broader horizon

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Research supports looking beyond offices in gateway cities when creating a global strategy, say Hans Vrensen, Ken Baccam and Guillaume Oliveira 

  • Sustainability: The green imperative

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The real estate industry needs to become a more active participant in reducing carbon emissions. Richard Peiser and Thomas Wiegelmann explain

  • Solvency II: Paying too high a price

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    As the latest review of Solvency II approaches, research yet again confirms that the capital charge for real estate should be lowered, writes Jeff Rupp

  • retail therapy the uks regional cities have used retail as thebasis for redevelopment such as trinity shopping centre in leeds

    Retail UK: A land of powerhouses?

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Regional cities, often in the shadow of London, have been pushing hard to attract and expand investment since the Brexit vote. Mark Faithfull reports

  • Retail UK: Lights out at the mall

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Shopping centres specialists have been investing heavily in a changing world. But the outlook for the sector still looks gloomy, writes Hemant Kotak

  • the ogrody shopping centre in poland is part of a portfolio sold to cpi property group by cbre gi for 650m

    Retail: Food for thought

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Staying focused on changing retail models is equally important as paying attention to consumer behaviour, writes Russell Handy

  • modern shopping malls need to include restaurants fitness and entertainment facilities

    Retail US: Shrink space, not returns

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    There are still investment opportunities in retail, but large parts of the market are challenged, or will simply disappear. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • tsinghua university beijing

    Student Housing: International studies

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The sector is led by the US, UK and Australia. But student housing is fast becoming a global market, writes Florence Chong

  • graduating to the big league

    Student Housing: Graduating to the big league

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    As the boundary between student and professional living blurs, Germany’s growing sector is ripe for consolidation, says Russell Handy

  • Student Housing: Market revision

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Will Brexit affect student numbers and hurt the appeal of the sector in the UK? Not necessarily, say Joanna Turner and Rocco Versace

  • the morgan stanley asia core fund has bought one shelley street in sydney australia

    Asia-Pacific: APAC finds its core values

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The concept of investing in core assets in Asia-Pacific is gaining traction, although so far much of the focus has been on Australia, writes Florence Chong

  • beijing china the lack of affordable housing has become an issue in some larger asia pacific cities

    Asia-Pacific: Homes from home

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    US multifamily specialist Greystar has ambitions to become a global residential platform. Its latest expansion has taken it to Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong reports

  • karl johans gate the main street in oslo

    City Focus Oslo: Warming to a cool market

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    With political uncertainty on the minds of investors, the cool-headed Norwegian capital is well positioned to attract international capital, writes Russell Handy 

  • rising sea levels may pose the most significant obstacle to continued economic expansion in miami

    City Focus Miami: The Magic City’s next trick

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The city has been booming with tourism, trade and finance. But rising sea levels could dampen one of the hottest markets in the US, writes Christopher O’Dea

  • the temple of heaven is one of the tourist attractions in beijing

    City Focus Beijing: China’s nerve centre

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    China’s capital is very much a government town, but it is also a growing economic centre, home to state-owned enterprises. Florence Chong reports

  • Infrastructure Airports: Not cleared for landing

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    Institutional investors would love to invest in US airports but, so far, it has proved close to impossible. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Infrastructure Airports: A public flight to quality

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The broad set of public companies owning global infrastructure assets is an opportunity for investors to increase exposure, writes Fraser Hughes

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    Top 100 global investors 2017

    Magazine Mon, 8 May 2017

    The top 100 global investors are ranked by size of real estate assets under management at the end of 2016

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