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Issue : September/October 2019 (Magazine)

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  • richard lowe

    Is infrastructure too expensive? In a word, no

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

     There is an unprecedentedly large volume of capital earmarked for unlisted real assets, but the common observation today is that the markets are too expensive

  • the big story

    Does WeWork work?

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    An IPO filing has raised numerous questions about the poster child of flexible offices

  • call the market

    Australian REITs: Going up, down under

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Australian REITs are having the strongest year for capital raising in nearly a decade

  • sam sicilia

    Interview: Sam Sicilia, Hostplus

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The CIO of Hostplus has the task of investing A$10-12bn of annual inflows in a low-return world - INTERVIEW BY florence chong

  • william astor

    UK PRS: Exporting the American dream

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    US investors are targeting the UK private-rented sector, but will they get the returns they hope for? 

  • reits goldilocks image

    Global REIT outlook: A new Goldilocks moment

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    REITs have performed hot and cold over the past 10 to 15 years. But, asks Christopher O’Dea, could they be just right for investors in 2019?

  • big data big opportunity

    Digital Realty: Big data, big opportunity

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The data-centre industry is booming and Digital Reality Trust is benefitting

  • Alexandria: Breathing life into Seattle

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The top life-sciences REIT that has created a Pacific Coast biotech hub

  • simon property group

    Simon says, don’t write off retail

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Mark Faithfull asks why the world’s biggest REIT, better known for scale than innovation, is ripping up the retail rulebook

  • rogier quirijns

    European REITs: Maturing nicely

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Europe’s REIT market has grown and matured over the past 10 years but it has a long way to go to match the scale of the US market. Razak Musah Baba reports

  • the void at the oculus westfield

    Five European REITs you need to know

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Europe is home to 194 REITs, valued at a total of €210bn. Razak Musah Baba looks at five of the biggest

  • mortgage reits expect fresh tailwinds

    Mortgage REITs expect fresh tailwinds

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    There are three reasons why US mortgage REITs could be about to experience a boost. Vanessa Drucker reports

  • Asia-Pacific REITs: Room to grow

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Asia-Pacific’s REIT markets are small compared with the region’s underlying property market. Florence Chong explores what could  be done to bridge the gap

  • link reit this is our place

    Link REIT: Hong Kong’s retail giant

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Link REIT is the world’s second-largest retail REIT. Florence Chong speaks to Link CEO George Hongchoy

  • Asia-Pacific REITs to watch

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Asian REITs are some of the most innovative and diverse investments on the market

  • the year of the c reit

    China: The year of the C-REIT?

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    There is much anticipation over the launch of what have become dubbed ‘real’ Chinese REITs. Florence Chong reports

  • Listed infrastructure: Missed opportunities

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The listed infrastructure sector encompasses $2.5trn of global assets. So, asks Fraser Hughes, why would institutional investors focus exclusively on private infrastructure?

  • time to renew strategies

    Renewables: Time to renew strategies

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The transition to net zero-carbon electric generation will require a material increase in investment in renewable-energy projects

  • Portfolio: Understanding low-constraint investors

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Low-constraint investors, which have large capital reserves and long investment horizons, have unique advantages and objectives, write Bill Schwab and Thomas Wiegelmann

  • the fifth major food group

    Hospitality: The fifth major food group

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    With so much institutional capital moving into the sector, are hotels about to lose their niche status? Christopher O-Dea reports

  • marriott has developed its moxy brand for younger price conscious travellers

    Hospitality: Room upgrade

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Investor demand for hotel assets in Europe coincides with an evolving market of new brands and concepts, as Andreas Ewald explains

  • nuevo norte is expected to turn madrid into one of europes most attractive investment destinations

    Madrid: The new north

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    After decades of delay, Madrid’s Nuevo Norte has been given the go-ahead, signifying the beginning of a new era for the Spanish city’s real estate sector. Paula Garrido report

  • renewable energy assets top the list of favoured sectors

    Top 100 Infrastructure Investors 2019

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    The IPE Real Assets top 100 ranking of some of the world’s largest infrastructure investors has captured more than $415bn (€376bn) in infrastructure assets held by pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, insurers and other institutional capital owners

  • federal reserve chairman jerome powell approaches reporters having made the first interest rate cut in several years

    RE debt US: Never-ending story?

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    With the longest-ever market cycle expected to get even longer, US real estate debt strategies are in a good position, writes Christopher O’Dea

  • RE debt Europe: Flexible financiers

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Investor demand and large reserves of committed capital are forcing European real estate debt fund managers to become innovative. Jennifer Bollen and Christopher O’Dea report

  • patient capital

    RE debt Australia: patient capital

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Competition among non-bank debt lenders has reached an unprecedented level. The key to success in the burgeoning market is patience, writes Florence Chong

  • jason peasley

    RE debt Australia: Super bank

    Magazine Sun, 1 Sep 2019

    Australia’s largest superannuation fund is expanding into real estate debt – both at home and abroad. Florence Chong talks to Jason Peasley

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