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Sanjay Dutt, chief executive officer for India operations at Ascendas-Singbridge, says the country’s fast-evolving regulatory regime will drive investors toward greater engagement with its real estate industry
2017 was a banner year for Indian real estate, with some marquee global institutional investors committing equity across office, logistics and retail sectors. Suresh Castellino, executive national director at Colliers International, and Rahul Rai, head of real estate at ICICI Prudential Asset Management, discuss what’s currently working in India’s favor
2017 was a banner year for Indian real estate, with some marquee global institutional investors committing equity across office, logistics and retail sectors. Suresh Castellino, executive national director at Colliers International, and Rahul Rai, head of real estate at ICICI Prudential Asset Management, discuss what’s currently working in India’s favor
Autonomous trucking could be as little as five years away and when it comes the value impact for logistics property will be pro-found, writes Nathan Kane, director of re-search at Washington DC-based Realterm
As e-commerce enhances demand for logistics real estate, GLP is changing its approach to technology, leasing and more to keep growth firmly on the agenda, says chief investment officer Alan Yang
Investors will continue a flight to security as political stability remains a chief concern but the fog of Brexit should reveal a path ahead, forecasts David Seymour, real estate partner, at the law firm Ropes & Gray.
Whether its rejecting New York because of Trump or favouring London despite Brexit, Middle Eastern high net worth individuals and family offices will consider factors beyond property fundamentals when considering investments, writes Faisal Durrani, partner and head of research at London-based real estate property services firm Cluttons.
Anne Gales, founding partner at Capital advisory firm Threadmark sees four strategies in Europe that should resonate with investors and managers keen to minimise risk next year.
As regulatory curbs on both onshore and offshore Chinese entities continue, investors would have to adjust their outbound investment strategies in the coming year, according to Henry Chin, head of research for Asia Pacific at property consultancy CBRE.
  The recently reported strategy of a public pension fund to consolidate and refocus its core real estate holdings from multiple separate accounts to larger real estate fund investments reveals yet another interesting example of the potential advantages that tax exempt sellers hold in the market. As competition to deploy capital in core asset classes […]
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