Institutional Real Estate Europe

December 1, 2019: Vol. 13, Number 11

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The problems with the euro: part I

The goals of its architects — summarised in the 1989 Delors Report as free movement of goods, capital, services and labour — seemed laudable and historically compelling. France’s President Mitterrand and Germany’s Chancellor Kohl felt that a single currency would enhance Europe’s role in the world monetary system and turn the continent into a truly unified market. European leaders also believed that economic cooperation and political integration would reduce the likelihood of a repetition of the destructive wars of the 20th century.


Getting hard to ignore: The growing popularity of funds of funds

Funds of funds have not always been the most sought-after vehicles for investors with an appetite for non-listed real estate. But recent data suggest a shift in attitudes and preferences. Funds of funds now have a rising appeal that seems rooted in a combination of complementary elements.

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