Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

September 1, 2023: Vol. 15, Number 8

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Asia Pacific

Debt expert: A global roundtable on real estate debt investing

As bank lending tightens on the heels of rising interest rates and recession fears, more institutional investors are looking to opportunities in commercial real estate debt lending as a means for generating income. Globally, what should they understand about this space, and where can they find the best opportunities?

Asia Pacific

Drowning in misinformation: Without better datasets, enhanced analysis methods and consistent regulatory frameworks, flood risk assessment and management will struggle to improve

Flood risk assessment is an important and growing concern for real asset investors. But measuring the threat of flooding to assets and locations is stuck at an embryonic stage and faces challenges stemming from limited historical data as well as data incompatibility. This makes translating scientific analysis into reliable inputs complex. And it leaves investors struggling to properly factor in flood risk to support investment decision making.

Asia Pacific

SCCP, ADIA and Goldman Sachs buy Japanese hotel portfolio

Singapore-based SC Capital Partners (SCCP) has formed a consortium with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and Goldman Sachs Asset Management that has acquired a portfolio of 27 resort hotels in Japan from Daiwa House Industry for approximately US$900 million.

Asia Pacific

Best traditional and alternative sectors for investors

Given the structural tailwinds and expected relative outperformance for the logistics and data centre sectors over the mid to long term, will any traditional or alternative real estate sectors be able to provide similar risk-adjusted returns going forwards? If so, which sectors are the most promising and why? How should investors view and play these sectors?

Asia Pacific

Investors navigate shifting demand for office and flex space

Asia Pacific office occupiers are grappling with the complexities of the hybrid work model as they attempt to strike a balance between providing employees with desired flexibility and realigning their portfolios for the next evolution of the workplace, according to Colliers’ Global Occupier Outlook 2023, released in July.

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