Institutional Real Estate Europe

October 1, 2015: Vol. 9, Number 9

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From the Current Issue


Thinking conversions through

Over the past five to 10 years, there have been well-documented reports of the increase in foreign buyers procuring apex properties in London and the south-east of England.


Words, just words: Making sense of an uncertain investment environment

If I were to ask investors to create a complete sentence using the words “markets” and “dear”, one possibility might be: “Dear me, look what the markets have done to our bond holdings, were we able to get out in time?” Or “The equity markets are now too dear for us to contemplate changing our asset allocation.”


Spreading the net: Real estate remains attractive, but are institutions overlooking other opportunities in the private markets sphere?

Real estate remains a core asset for many institutional investors, and rightly so. The manager universe is broad and established with a transparent track record and the market continues to offer an array of opportunities that generate attractive risk-adjusted returns. However, investors should also be considering other asset classes within the private markets sphere.


Investors and developers home in on eastern Germany

The popularity of German real estate is rising, with capital flowing in from all directions. Foreign investors from the Middle East, in particular, are finding their way to Germany and domestic investment is as strong as ever.


Another mega-fund launched

Perella Weinberg Partners has launched Perella Weinberg Real Estate Fund III with a €1.3 billion target, which will use a value-added and opportunistic investment style.

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