real estate

Apr 10, 2015

BoxesSurvey after survey points to increased allocations to alternative assets by pension funds, writes Alix Robertson.

Apr 10, 2015

Jeremy Paxman at Jersey finBuoyed by its financial sector’s recent successes, Jersey is ready and willing to build its existing business and expand into new asset classes.

Apr 10, 2015

Simon Schiler and Niamh LalJersey has long been considered an active player within the private equity and real estate funds sectors but has, to date, had a lower profile in the hedge funds sphere.

Apr 10, 2015

Leaders in the field of asset management answer questions regarding their strategies and predictions.

Apr 10, 2015

14.10 HandshakeInvestment consultancy Bfinance has made two new appointments to its investment team. Witold Witkiewicz takes the role of director in private markets and John Amoasi the role of senior associate in fixed income.

Mar 24, 2015

AntennaMore than 400 limited partnerships have been created since Luxembourg introduced a new, Anglo-Saxon-style structure in a bid to attract alternative funds. David Stevenson looks at the Grand Duchy’s place as a service centre for this category of investor.

Mar 24, 2015

Singling out delegation of responsibilities as an outstanding issue, Luxembourg asset servicers outline the work completed – and still necessary – for them and their clients to make the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive fully operational.

Mar 19, 2015

UK real eastateAttention has turned to UK commercial property as investors hunt for yield. But the lessons of the financial crisis, which revealed the perils of real estate investing, are forcing them to approach the sector differently, writes Orlando Crowcroft.

Mar 19, 2015

PragueIn light of the intense interest in UK real estate, Orlando Crowcroft looks at how fund managers are diversifying their investments both within the UK’s borders and slightly further afield.

Mar 19, 2015

Stream cruiserGlobal equity funds have risen in popularity and managers in this sector have their eyes on diverging economies. Alix Robertson looks at different approaches to the US and Europe and finds that dividends remain a popular theme.

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