real estate

Jun 22, 2018

Noel-FesseyEuropean Fund Administration (EFA), the Luxembourg-based firm that does exactly what its name says, has hired a trio of specialist fund administrators in the first significant move of Noel Fessey (pictured) since he left Schroders to become EFA chief executive.

Jun 21, 2018

InfrastructureUp to 70% of global public sector investors plan to increase their infrastructure investments over the next year or two, according to a survey commissioned by US bank BNY Mellon.

Jun 18, 2018

Family_insuranceEuropean insurers are leading the charge for alternative income assets, with pension funds following suit in both Continental Europe and the UK.

Jun 14, 2018

Etienne_DeniauFunds Europe talks to SGSS about the asset servicer’s Long View survey on the major issues facing the industry and the upcoming roadshows to publicise and debate the results.

Jun 13, 2018

Euro_signThe bonanza that Europe’s alternative investment industry has experienced in recent years has been reflected in the “most comprehensive analysis ever undertaken” of the market.

Jun 13, 2018

UK_residential_propertyProperty funds in the UK are to be split into two sectors to reflect the fact investors can access property through direct investments or through securities.

Jun 11, 2018

Borough_of_LambethA London public sector pension fund has invested in a UK build-to-rent property portfolio, saying the assets would “complement” the fund’s investment in European commercial real estate.

Jun 11, 2018

Real_estateEurope’s recovery means income growth, not prices, is likely to drive property performance in the next few years – which means attention to fundamentals is important, says Matt Hall of Invesco Real Estate.

Jun 05, 2018

Haymarket EdinburghThe real estate division of London-based asset manager M&G has acquired a four-acre mixed-use development site in Edinburgh’s Haymarket business district for £49.1 million (€56 million).

Jun 05, 2018

CybersecurityJust over half (51%) of private equity and real estate managers describe themselves as being less than satisfied with the current level of cybersecurity within their own firms, according to a survey by fund administration firm Augentius.

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