Industry bodies INREV, ANREV and NCREIF have launched the first Global IRR Index, providing data on the since-inception performance of value added and opportunity, closed end, non-listed real estate funds in Asia Pacific, Europe and the US.
The main CREDI index has decreased from 49.5 to 33.7 indicating the worst credit market sentiment since the inception of CREDI in 2012.
The Main index has increased from 50.8 to 56.3 in the October issue of Catella’s CREDI indicating a substantially improved credit market. Property companies maintain an even stronger view of the credit market while banks improve their view of the future.
Global Property Research (GPR), a specialised provider of benchmarking solutions covering the listed real estate sector, has launched three index series containing real estate companies with an overlay provided by the leading real asset ESG data provider GRESB.
Barclays has launched the Colony Capital Fundamental US Real Estate Index, designed with Colony Capital (Colony), a global investment management firm.
The October issue of the Catella Real Estate Debt Indicator (CREDI) shows a slight fall in the Main Index from 54.3 to 49.6, following three straight quarters of improving credit terms.
New research from BrickVest reveals a growing divergence in risk appetite between property sponsors and investors with the former looking to originate deals higher up the risk curve for higher returns, and the latter opting for low to moderate risk investments with a focus on liquidity.
Holger Mertens, Senior Portfolio Manager, Global Credit and Chia Woon Khien, Senior Portfolio Manager, Fixed Income at Nikko Asset Management examine the future for Chinese bonds in major indices…
LXi REIT is to be added to the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index Series as of Monday 18 June 2018, having successfully satisfied the required eligibility criteria during the Index's recent Quarterly Review.
Emre Akcakmak, Portfolio Adviser at emerging and frontier markets manager East Capital, comments on the implications of Saudi Arabia’s inclusion in the FTSE Russell EM Index…