PERE is getting a bold revamp

The world’s number one publication for institutional real estate markets, has just had a comprehensive makeover, and we think you are going to love the results.

Expect deeper insight and analysis than ever before and a harder focus on stories with an ‘actionable’ element – where you, our valued subscriber, are likely to act on what you have just read. Whether it is turning over the stones on a news item or digging into a trend that is meaningfully impacting institutional money and its management in the private real estate asset class, this revamped PERE is going to hit the mark.

We live in our analytics, deciphering what your online engagement means for the editorial choices we are making, and we have come up with two resounding takeaways: you want more on performance and you want more on investor motives and intentions.

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With that in mind, what better way to kick off the new-look PERE than with a cover story on our signature manager ranking – the market’s premier list of the best-performing managers as uniquely measured by their capital support over the last five years. To mark the relaunch, we have doubled the size of the ranking from 50 managers to 100 managers. Click here to discover data-heavy analysis of the PERE 100. From our perspective, there is no better way to judge a manager’s prowess in the market than by its fundraising achievements over a sustained period of time.

Elsewhere in the issue, PERE shines an intense spotlight on insurers opening up their third-party investment capabilities, CalSTRS’ collaborative investing strategy, how Ivanhoé Cambridge is working closely with The We Company, why retail property fundraising is experiencing a notable upswing stateside and a thought leadership special on the UK market in light of the Brexit extension.

We are sure this revised PERE will deliver just what you have told us you want – so much so we already know what cover stories we will be tackling in future editions. Next month: the hotelization of the asset class. Look out for that and much more over the months to come.

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