One week after Trump was elected president, the members of the 2016–2017 Editorial Advisory Board for Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific met for two days at The Four Seasons Hotel Singapore for open, in-depth discussions on the issues most keeping them up at night.
From the Current Issue
Overwhelming demographic shifts and a clear supply gap intuitively indicate the senior-living market should rapidly emerge in Asia — but there is more to this theme than meets the eye.
The United Kingdom’s vote in June 2016 to leave the European Union has the potential to redefine the pecking order of global cities, as London seeks to maintain its dominant position while the country negotiates its divorce settlement with the rest of the continent.
Economists can provide a framework for determining the long-run movements in interest rates. Empirical research augmented by historical evidence shows nominal interest rates do converge toward some equilibrium rate, or “natural” real rate of interest adjusted for expected long-run inflation over time.
There is a lot I personally could say about Michael, but I thought I’d dedicate this space to enabling others to help paint a picture of the kind of individual he was, as well as the impact he had on the investment and investment management communities he served so well over the years.
In December 2016, Beijing topped the Schroders Global Cities 30 index, ahead of Shanghai, which ranked No 1 this past August 2016 in the first publication of the index.
December 2016 capped off a very tough quarter — and highly-volatile year— for both Asia Pacific and global property stocks, with the markets declining 8.7 percent and 5.7 percent, respectively, in the fourth quarter.