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
The greatest pace of change and growth in logistics markets is happening in Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong explores a region being transformed
Worsening trade relations between the US and China could lead to significant problems for global logistics businesses
The real estate arm of Aberdeen Standard Investments has been clear since the merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments two years ago that it has ambitions to become a global direct real estate investment manager. It has a global multi-manager arm, but to date its direct capabilities are concentrated in Europe.
CapitaLand and Ascendas-Singbridge have combined forces to create the biggest real estate manager in Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong reports
Micro housing is spreading across Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong looks at why small is becoming big
The Australian debt market is maturing as a flurry of new lenders look to make their mark in a growing market, writes Florence Chong
Japanese investors are returning to global real estate after an extended hiatus. Florence Chong considers whether the level of investment will reach the heights of the 1980s
Will China’s ambitious global development programme provide unprecedented opportunities for infrastructure investors? Christopher O’Dea reports
The likes of Blackstone, GIC, CPPIB and Allianz are building up a major presence in India’s real estate market
The arrival of Amazon is awaited with nervousness by Australia’s retail industry. Florence Chong asks, are the fears of disruption overstated?
Based on the past two decades, now could be the time for institutional investors to turn their attention to Indian real estate, writes Manfred Kupka
The growth of the hotel industry in Asia-Pacific is vulnerable to short-term shocks, but its long-term outlook is attracting investors. Florence Chong reports
The Singapore-based investor has been building exposure across Asia-Pacific. Florence Chong speaks to Jonathan Yap
Property investment is taking centre stage among institutional circles in Japan, and Tokyo is playing the lead role. Christopher O’Dea reports
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
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