real estate

Mar 16, 2016

London housesDutch pension fund PGGM is making residential property investments in the UK – a sector that domestic pensions schemes have shunned. Kit Klarenberg looks at factors that could drive local funds to rethink their stance.

Mar 16, 2016

Head to headA fragile currency, plunging returns on mining stocks, and fears of a downgrade to ‘junk’ status, provided plenty to discuss when Funds Europe visited South Africa. Chaired by George Mitton and Alan Chalmers in Cape Town.

Mar 16, 2016

real estateInvestment opportunities in UK residential property are expanding as fewer people can afford to buy their own homes and the number of renters increases.

Mar 11, 2016

Neil HassonBahraini real estate investment firm Investcorp has appointed Neil Hasson as managing director for Europe, the firm’s first posting in the region.

Mar 10, 2016

Norwegian villageThe Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund experienced its lowest year of returns last year since 2011 – though still managed to deliver a positive result of 2.68% due to an equity rally in the final quarter.

Mar 10, 2016

Merger1Baring Asset Management is to merge with its sister firms as owner, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MMLIC), moves to create a single multi-asset investment firm.

Mar 09, 2016

ETFs€703 million has flown out from Eurozone equity exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in February.

Mar 07, 2016

Businessmen runningLuxembourg’s ambitions to be a cross-border centre for alternative funds are under pressure. Ireland is still a most formidable player and other domiciles are gaining ‘third-country equivalence’. David Stevenson asks if the proposed Raif could be the answer.

Mar 07, 2016

The Ucits fund is likely to be the main fund of choice for many years, despite tighter regulation and competition from Asia, according to our panel of experts. Among other issues, it looks at the route to market for alternative funds.

Mar 03, 2016

Survey1Asset managers now manage a record €7 trillion in alternative assets, although institutions are sharply divided in their attitudes towards individual asset classes, a report has found.

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