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    Country specifics behind property asset allocations

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    The property research societies of the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands met in Vienna to discuss the changes in the asset mix of institutional investors. Cléo Folkes and Peter van Gool report

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    All eyes on the super funds

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Does AustralianSuper’s recent mandate to invest in the UK mark the start of a wave of global investment by superannuation schemes? Keith Power reports

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    The Americans are back

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    For some time US investors have considered Europe a no-go area. But, as Richard Lowe reports, there has been a ‘dramatic shift’

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    Starting something new

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Real estate debt is a new investment class for European institutions. Rachel Fixsen talks to six investors and advisers about their experiences so far

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    The Dutch diverge on strategy

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    The largest Dutch pension funds continue to be active in the markets. But their approaches differ, as Leen Pressman reports

  • Playing different roles
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    Playing different roles

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    Institutional investors and their advisers have a variety of reasons for investing in listed real estate. Rachel Fixsen talks to six

  • Listed buildings to make the grade
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    Listed buildings to make the grade

    July 2013 (Magazine)

    European institutional investors have been slow to adopt listed real estate in their portfolios, but this is changing, writes Maha Khan Phillips

  • Shaken to the core
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    Shaken to the core

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    After some bad experiences during the crisis, pension funds in the US are playing it safe, writes Michael Lester

  • Thriving in a multi-asset world
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    Thriving in a multi-asset world

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    Real estate continues to be attractive to multi-asset investors. Rachel Fixsen asks six institutional investors for their views of the asset class

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    Adopting a holding pattern

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    A lack of available, attractively priced prime assets is forcing UK pension funds to sit tight, writes Shayla Walmsley

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    Investors waltz into Vienna

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Vienna is once more attracting global interest, while domestic investors remain underweight property with a home bias. Barbara Ottawa reports

  • Knowing when to get out
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    Knowing when to get out

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Denmark’s largest pension fund ATP wants to be in control of its real estate investments, especially when it comes to the exit, Michael Nielsen tells Richard Lowe

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    Danger averted, for now

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    The threat to open-ended Spezialfonds has been removed, but institutions face an expensive domestic core market, says Barbara Ottawa

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    Keep it in the family

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Family offices in Germany represent an interesting prospect given their open-mindedness to higher risk-return strategies, says Erik Marienfeldt

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    It works for us

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Most Swiss pension funds have a sizeable real estate exposure and continue to reap the benefits. But their small property market is like black box, finds Barbara Ottawa

  • A measure of the market
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    A measure of the market

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Performance measurement and benchmarking has always been a challenge for the property asset class. Rachel Fixsen talks to six investors and managers

  • The new breed
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    The new breed

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Insurance companies are beginning to increase their share of the senior lending market in Europe. Four active institutions outline their strategies

  • Marching to their own drum
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    Marching to their own drum

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Research shows that insurers’ careful entrance into the lending market has more to do with risk aversion than Solvency II. Simon Cookson explains

  • Seoul trader
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    Seoul trader

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    South Korea Korean investors like the security of London, reports Shayla Walmsley. But will pressure for returns push them to less mature markets?

  • Arrividerci, Roma
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    Arrividerci, Roma

    November 2012 (Magazine)

    Italian pension funds might swap Roman residential for overseas funds – if the regulators let them, writes Shayla Walmsley