What is the difference between core funds in Europe and the US? About €150bn, wherein lies the opportunity, writes Richard Lowe
Core real estate funds in the US are underweight logistics assets. But not for want of trying, writes Christopher O’Dea
Is core US real estate a safe bet in 2019, or should investors steer clear? Christopher O’Dea and Richard Lowe report
Global real estate investors are allocating a larger proportion of their portfolios to Asia-Pacific markets. As a result, Florence Chong reports, pan-regional core funds are growing quickly
A new manager has begun raising capital from Australian investors for its European core property fund. Florence Chong speaks to its CEO Tony McCormack
Toronto is literally booming. Numerous ‘frost quakes’ have been reported in southern Ontario since 2014, a geological event that occurs when a sudden drop in temperature freezes water trapped underground.
Led by the giant government funds, Japanese pension schemes are gradually moving into global real estate and infrastructure markets. Florence Chong reports
The pooling of UK local authority pension schemes is taking shape and it has implications for real estate fund management. Richard Lowe reports