Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is the country’s most populous city, with 1.4 million inhabitants in the urban area, rising to 2.2 million in the wider metropolitan area.
From the Current Issue
Notwithstanding political risks or the overhang of government deficits, 2013 may mark the beginning of the post–credit crisis era for Europe, the United States and Asia Pacific.
Since the turn of the 21st Century, the alternative asset industry generally has undergone unprecedented growth, both in size and complexity.
German institutions are the second-largest foreign investor group in the United State.
European fundraising activity has remained strong through October 2013, seeing a handful of closed-end funds launch or announce their initial close.
The editorial advisory board of The Letter – Europe meets once a year to discuss the issues and challenges facing the industry.
Germany remains a priority for real estate investors looking to invest capital in Europe, particularly due to improvement in the economy and near-record pricing for core assets.
Investors and investment managers always like to be ahead of the curve — or at least they like to think they are. The trouble with this looking-after-other-people’s-money-on-a-fiduciary-basis business that they are engaged in on our behalf is that there are a lot of bright people out there all trying to get ahead of the curve.
It is sometimes overlooked that France is one of the largest and wealthiest countries in the world. France is actually the second largest economy in Europe (after Germany) and the fifth in the world.
The time may have come to begin looking at shopping centre investments in southern Europe, according to a new report from Henderson Global Investors.
Cushman & Wakefield has launched its third annual “Winning in Growth Cities” report. The report identifies “winning” cities in the current international real estate investment market