Home Authors Posts by Stuart Watson

Stuart Watson

Oxenwood Real Estate on how UK logistics is keeping its balance

Concerns over Brexit and increased development have done little to upset the equilibrium of a market where tenant and investor demand remain vigorous, say Oxenwood's Jeremy Bishop and Stewart Little.

Panattoni on the quantum leap in European logistics

E-commerce has brought about a rapid transformation in the European logistics sector, swelling investor and occupier demand to unheard-of volumes, says Robert Dobrzycki, CEO of Panattoni Europe.

Europe’s tower of strength

The German market continues to offer reassuring solidity for investors in increasingly uncertain times, writes Stuart Watson

Europe’s tower of strength

The German market continues to offer reassuring solidity for investors in increasingly uncertain times, writes Stuart Watson

EY on mastering operational efficiency

Driving efficiency in the fund management world is not just about improved IT, but also getting the underlying processes right, argues EY’s Kai Braun.

Savills Investment Management on riding the European retail wave

Not all retail assets are in structural decline. There are opportunities for attractive returns commensurate for the risk undertaken, argues Savills Asset Management's Kiran Patel.

Xander Group on shopping on the subcontinent

Indian retail is beginning to excite investors. Virtuous Retail South Asia’s chairman Siddharth Yog gives tips on how to crack a sector with enormous possibilities, but also daunting obstacles.

Meyer Bergman on keeping up with consumer behavior

In the rapidly shifting landscape of the retail sector, an up-to-the-minute understanding of consumer and retailer attitudes is the foundation of a successful investment strategy, argues Meyer Bergman CEO Markus Meijer.

UK ROUNDTABLE: Facing the music

There may be trouble ahead for the UK real estate market, but investors must find ways of deploying their capital nonetheless.

UK ROUNDTABLE: Facing the music

There may be trouble ahead for the UK real estate market, but investors must find ways of deploying their capital nonetheless.
pere
pere

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination