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Issue : May/June 2018 (Magazine)

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  • richard lowe

    Get ahead of the regulators

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Ths best piece of advice for those averse to regulatory creep is to look to prevention rather than cure – in other words, avoid giving regulators a reason to get involved

  • facebook ceo mark zuckerberg appearing before the us congress

    Don’t unfriend data centres

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    A tech sector under greater regulatory pressure is not a reason to log out of data centres

  • in rev 2018 annual conference

    Real estate fundraising jolts back to life

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    After concerns that real estate capital-raising could be slowing, all evidence points to continued appetite among institutional investors

  • david atkins

    Shopping mall REITs: The deal breakers

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Proposed mergers of shopping mall REITs appeared to go off the rails in April, but the shift may yet prove to be the precursor to more consolidation

  • michael weaver

    Interview: Michael Weaver, Sunsuper

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Sunsuper was one of the first movers into real assets when it was still relatively small. The Australian investor has been growing and so has its appetite

  • Tax: UK pension funds digest implications of proposed tax change

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Deborah Lloyd and Cathryn Vanderspar explore what the UK’s capital gains tax proposals could mean for pension funds, and AREF is responding

  • Regulation: EU powers ahead with plans to remove cross-border investment barriers

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Momentum for the Capital Markets Union has not diminished despite the UK’s planned departure from the EU, writes John Forbes

  • Fund Structuring: Brexit, BEPS and bifurcation

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Brexit and BEPS could lead to a UK-EU bifurcationin real estate funds. Andrew Månsson-Lowe and Melville Rodrigues consider solutions for pan-European managers with UK operations

  • weather report

    Climate Change: Weather report

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Climate change and the science addressing it are shaping the future of real assets investing. Christopher O’Dea speaks to the investors and managers at the forefront

  • GRESB: The need for a resilience benchmark

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    A spate of natural disasters has highlighted the vulnerability of real assets. Chris Pyke and Heather Rosenberg explain how GRESB is responding

  • The future of green building ratings

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Green rating tools are an established way to assess a building’s sustainability. But, asks Philip Hirst, what is their true value, and how can investors use them more effectively?

  • Real estate sustainability: UK approaches junction

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Does Brexit represent a red light for the greening of the UK’s real estate market? Hopefully not, writes Franz Fuerst

  • vivienne westwood

    Renewables: Green is the new black

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Falling costs, technological innovation and the rise of ESG are making renewable energy on-trend for investors, writes Christopher O’Dea

  • georg obert

    Renewables: Look beyond the shore

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Offshore wind is on the brink of delivering energy at the costs of conventional power. Georg Obert explains what this means for investors

  • boris beltermann

    Renewables: Holding the power

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Advances in rechargeable batteries and storage capabilities are vital to the continuing growth of the renewables industry, writes Boris Beltermann

  • Opinion: There’s no such thing as climate risk

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    There is no single risk factor that can correctly encapsulate the complexity of global climate change, says Charles Donovan

  • international house sydney

    Forestry: Carbon capture

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Timberland provides diversification and stable returns, and can help reduce an investor’s carbon footprint. Florence Chong and Christopher O’Dea report

  • Water: The new black gold

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Water is becoming more scarce. It is a problem for the world, but could be a challenge and opportunity for investors. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Value-add: Is it actually less risky than core?

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Investors are moving up the risk curve to take on more value-added exposure. But some argue that this is mitigating risk instead. Maha Khan Phillips reports

  • the east loop district

    Value-add: The time is right

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Today’s market in the US is perfect for value-add strategies, say some of its leading practitioners. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Value-add: Adding value in Asia

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    International investors are leaning towards value-add funds for Asia. But strategies and definitions can vary, writes Florence Chong

  • The Top 100: Real Estate Investors 2018

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    IPE Real Assets’ top 100 ranking of some of the world’s largest real estate investors has captured more than $1.23trn in real estate assets 

  • korean investors

    Korean Investors: Alternative universe

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    South Korean investors are expanding their alternatives exposure, and overseas real estate debt is a key target. Florence Chong reports

  • interlace in singapore

    Interview: CapitaLand

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    CapitaLand has plans to expand globally and move significantly into third-party fund management. Florence Chong speaks to president and group CEO Lim Ming Yan

  • Investor Profiles: Germany

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    German investors include some of the biggest global real estate players. Barbara Ottawa profiles four 

  • Investor Profiles: Switzerland

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Swiss investors are increasing and diversifying their exposure to real estate investments. Barbara Ottawa profiles four funds

  • Allocation Trends: What’s really in the tin

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    The rise of real asset portfolios requires an understanding of the underlying characteristics and risk factors, rather than the labels

  • Fees: Releasing the TGER

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    The total global expense ratio (TGER) is the latest step in harmonising fee and cost transparency on a global basis

  • Fees: Price comparison

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    In light of new research suggesting that active managers keep more than 70% of investors’ profits, Richard Cooper and Kate Fearnley look at real estate fee structures

  • frankfurt stock exchange during the financial crisis in 2008

    Research: German property, 10 years on

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    A decade after the financial crisis, Nikodem Szumilo and Thomas Wiegelmann explore how German real estate has correlated with other asset classes

  • Benchmarking: Infrastructure taxonomy

    Magazine Tue, 1 May 2018

    Infrastructure assets can be classified by geography, sector and business model. It is important to understand what investors want, before building an industry standard

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