real estate

Jun 10, 2020

real-estateThe emphasis on sustainability and the social impact of development are becoming increasingly powerful forces in influencing where institutional investment is made.

May 20, 2020

Darren_RogersWith the political narrative increasingly driven by populism coupled with the need to address social and economic imbalance and the impact of climate change, the emphasis on sustainability and the social impact of development are becoming increasingly powerful forces in influencing where institutional investment is made.

Apr 29, 2020

paris_real_estateLondon-based real estate investor AEW has bought an office complex in Paris on behalf of the German public pension fund, Rheinische Versorgungskassen.

Apr 27, 2020

real_estate_investment_crisisThe Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruption across asset classes, and office real estate markets are “by no means immune”, but due to their illiquid nature it could take several months or longer for data showing the true impact of the virus, a recent study by UBS Asset Management has claimed.

Apr 16, 2020

Natural_disasterAs volatility dominates the markets, Alex Rolandi and Romil Patel look at the advantages and risks of investing in real estate during uncertain times.

Apr 02, 2020

property_funds_crisisTrading in UK property funds managed by BlackRock and Schroders have been suspended, according to a report in the Financial Times, bringing the total amount gated in UK real estate funds since the Covid-19 outbreak to around £17 billion (€19.4 billion).

Apr 01, 2020

Central_CardiffUK-focused property investment advisory company Delancey, has bought a 39,000 sq ft Grade A office building in central Cardiff for £13 million (€14.7 million), reflecting a net initial yield of 6.25%.

Mar 31, 2020

social_housingMacquarie, an Australian financial services firm, is to provide long-term debt facilities to a UK social housing provider.

Mar 21, 2020

MeadowThe growth of alternative assets in Luxembourg has created a myriad of opportunities for asset servicers, Nicholas Pratt discovers.

Mar 20, 2020

Alice_in_WonderlandLuxembourg’s alternatives business is flourishing. But for reasons beyond the Grand Duchy’s control, European investors may not be benefiting from the broader global growth in these assets, says Nick Fitzpatrick.

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