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High-profile real estate acquisitions by sovereign wealth funds slowed in 2019 as the institutions focused more on disposals.
Canada’s public pensions led the way for North American direct investment in global real estate, playing roles in some of 2019's largest acquisitions.
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The top 10 largest institutions made up more than 40 percent of the $1trn total allocation to private real estate this year.
The biggest institutions are putting more capital towards property and making the asset class a more significant portion of their portfolios.
The fund has received a €30m commitment from Willis Towers Watson’s secure income fund and intends to deploy €800m in the next five years.
Despite political turmoil, trade wars and rising costs, confidence remains for US real estate investors thanks to steady fundamentals
For the first time ever, interest in closed-ended commingled funds has dropped, a study published by Hodes Weill and Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate has found.
For investors looking to invest outside of home markets, the introduction of more comprehensive performance indices could make that prospect more appealing, writes Christie Ou.
fundraising downturn
Many firms are seeking ways to secure dry powder in the event of an economic slowdown, but these tactics do not always benefit investors.
Three investment executives from the country’s Government Pension Investment Fund have joined the life insurance company in recent months, prompting the insurer to increase its allocation from 3 to 10 percent.
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