INREV annual conference, Barcelona, 2015

INREV conference: Technology, obsolescence and ‘skeuomorphism’

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Delegates in Barcelona learn new trends – and new words

London south bank Carlyle

UK regional house prices outpace London – study

Fri, 24 Apr 2015By IPE staff

First quarter of 2015 sees more growth beyond UK capital

Madrid

AXA Real Estate branches out in Spain

Fri, 24 Apr 2015By IPE staff

Portfolio deal sees 381 Santander bank branches change hands

Asia

European, North American interest in APAC real estate grows

Thu, 23 Apr 2015By IPE staff

Inexperienced investors look to new funds for exposure to region

Barcelona

INREV conference: Gray says Blackstone to continue growth

Thu, 23 Apr 2015By

Giant aims to benefit from investors’ preference to work with fewer managers

Dutch Netherlands

Allianz Real Estate joins Dutch investors in housing play

Thu, 23 Apr 2015By IPE staff

Real estate arm of German insurer backs Dutch residential firm

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Magazine

  • IPRE March April 2015

    Blurring the lines

    March/April 2015 (Magazine)By

    Real estate and infrastructure investment effectively exist in two separate worlds – despite often sharing the same physical space. Allocations to both asset classes are invariably kept separate despite the underlying assets making up much of the built environment.

  • Investment Intentions - United States: Hunting in the backyard

    March/April 2015 (Magazine)By

    PREA’s survey shows that domestic investors have been priced out of the major markets in the US, but they are still looking to deploy capital. Greg MacKinnon reports

  • The Greater Manchester Pension Fund

    Investor Universe: UK funds look to scale up

    March/April 2015 (Magazine)By

    The big opportunities lie in infrastructure, housing and ‘emerging’ sectors. UK funds have spotted this and are scaling up accordingly. Richard Lowe reports

  • Investor Universe - US: Playing under caution

    March/April 2015 (Magazine)By Christopher O'Dea

     Low interest rates are keeping US pension funds in property. But the market is also showing them a number of yellow cards, writes Christopher O’Dea

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Axel von Goldbeck, managing director of the German Property Federation (ZIA)

Video: Germany's housing bubble – all hot air?Video

Fri, 16 May 2014

Axel von Goldbeck, managing director of the German Property Federation (ZIA), speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards in Munich and dispels some of the myths surrounding the country’s residential market

Hu Yan, managing director at Vermilion Partners

Video: 'The next wave of Chinese investors'Video

Fri, 16 May 2014

Hu Yan, managing director at Vermilion Partners speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards 2014 in Munich about the next developments in Chinese institutional capital targeting real estate

Peter Hobbs, head of research at IPD,

Video: Challenges to global diversificationVideo

Fri, 16 May 2014

Peter Hobbs, head of research at IPD, speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards about the challenges undermining investors’ attempts to achieve effective global diversification

Piet Eichholtz, professor of real estate finance at Maastricht University,

Video: 'We need more assets' – Piet EichholtzVideo

Fri, 16 May 2014

Piet Eichholtz, professor of real estate finance at Maastricht University, recaps on the conference programme at the IP Real Estate Global Awards in Munich

Martin Lemke, managing director at AM alpha

Video: Asian capital flows – where next?Video

Thu, 15 May 2014

Martin Lemke, managing director at AM alpha, speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards about opportunities in Asia, both in terms of inbound investment and outbound capital

Douglas Weill

Video: Institutional Allocations MonitorVideo

Thu, 15 May 2014

Douglas Weill, managing partner at Hodes Weill & Associates, speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards about the latest research with Cornell University into global institutional real estate allocations

Communicating Risk

Video: Risk communication in the 21st centuryVideo

Thu, 15 May 2014

Ragnar Löfstedt, professor at Kings College London, speaks at the IP Real Estate Global Awards 2014 about why risk communication is important for the wider financial community

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Copenhagen skyline

PenSam develops innovative construction finance model

Wed, 9 Jul 2014By

Danish pension fund in talks over three new-style debt deals to boost value in projects

Infra

IP RE Global Awards: Germany’s auditor fund shuns currency risk

Mon, 19 May 2014By

Managing director of WPV sees no point in overseas investment if cost of hedging outweighs benefits

America

IP RE Global Awards: Interest rate warning for US real estate

Mon, 19 May 2014By Carlo Svaluto Moreolo

Real estate investors could feel impact of Fed policy change

Asia

IP RE Global Awards: Cross-border investment faces major challenges

Fri, 16 May 2014By Barbara Ottawa

Investors need resources, partners to cope with changing markets, says Douglas Weill

Best Global Real Estate Investor

CPPIB wins Best Real Estate Investor at IP Real Estate Global Awards

Thu, 15 May 2014By IPE staff

Hermann Aukamp Platinum Award for Outstanding Industry Contribution

Frankfurt, Germany

IP RE Global Awards: Germany 'boring with downside risks'

Thu, 15 May 2014By Barbara Ottawa

Introduction of rental cap for residential property seen as major risk in residential market

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IPRE March April 2015

Blurring the lines

March/April 2015 (Magazine)By

Real estate and infrastructure investment effectively exist in two separate worlds – despite often sharing the same physical space. Allocations to both asset classes are invariably kept separate despite the underlying assets making up much of the built environment.

Dalian, third-tier city in China

Analysis: Kaisa default portends Chinese housing stress

Fri, 24 Apr 2015By Christopher O'Dea

Chinese developer may soon be forced to enter bankruptcy proceedings

INREV annual conference, Barcelona, 2015

INREV conference: Technology, obsolescence and ‘skeuomorphism’

Fri, 24 Apr 2015By

Delegates in Barcelona learn new trends – and new words

Barcelona

INREV conference: Gray says Blackstone to continue growth

Thu, 23 Apr 2015By

Giant aims to benefit from investors’ preference to work with fewer managers

Dollar stacks

Analysis: Is Blackstone too big?

Thu, 16 Apr 2015By

Multi-billion GE sale prompts questions about systemic risk posed by company