Due to increasing investor demand Nedgroup Investments, which runs an independent multi-boutique asset manager business model, has increased its product offering by launching two new share classes – GBP (Accumulation and Distribution) – for its Global Property fund.
The UK care home sector has seen a minimal increase in in the number of beds but this is failing to keep up with demand, with the number of care home beds per 100 people over the age of 85 falling by 5 per cent since 2010, according to the latest research by leading global property adviser Knight Frank.
Cohen & Steers has welcomed the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) announcement on proposals to reduce the potential for harm to investors from the liquidity mismatch in open-ended property funds.
Global property technology company, Equiem, has published the results of its most comprehensive global office occupier survey to date, providing landlords and tenants alike with insights into occupier sentiment amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Real estate fund managers and investors are squaring up to tackle twin threats of climate change and an affordability crisis in housing, which they say could create sea change in the real estate investment world, according to a new whitepaper by SEI.
Foresight Capital Management (FCM), part of Foresight Group, has launched the FP Foresight Sustainable Real Estate Securities Fund.
IPSX Group (The International Property Securities Exchange), which operates a regulated securities exchange dedicated to commercial property, has signed an agreement with Iress to make IPSX market data available through both its trading software and extensive range of data feeds by the end of July 2020.
Altera has become the first Dutch institutional real estate investor to join the UN Global Compact, in line with the company’s commitment to socially responsible investment.
Adapting to change is challenging at the best of times, but when the pace of change accelerates, it can disorient even the savviest investors. Long accustomed to gauging opportunities in the context of cycles, real estate investors now face a series of bewildering structural changes that will fundamentally transform how they operate in the future.
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Demand by corporates to release capital from their real estate assets is increasing, according to JLL’s report Raising Capital from Corporate Real Estate.
Total global real estate assets under management (AUM) hit a record EUR3.2 trillion at the end of 2019, according to the Fund Manager Survey 2020, published today by ANREV, INREV and NCREIF.