In a rare interview, Marc Gilbard and his CIO Charles Ferguson-Davie tell Jonathan Brasse why Moorfield Group has positioned itself as an early mover in the UK’s private real estate investment market - and not a first mover.
The tax regulation remains one reason why foreign investors like Canada’s HOOPP continue to invest in US real estate through the fund structure.
Sydney-based global investment manager AMP Capital has been given A$100m to deliver a property portfolio of net zero carbon emission buildings
To investors keen to engage in retail real estate investing: whatever you do, look beyond the tip of this iceberg asset class.
The New York-based firm raised its exposure to the real estate debt space through the purchase of a stake in Ladder Capital.
It was no surprise that the political events of the past 12 months were front and center in delegates’ discussions at this year’s MIPIM conference.
Just as the European real estate market was growing accustomed to a basket of new rules, the Brexit factor brings fresh disruption to the regulatory environment, Stuart Watson discovers
The Standard Life-Aberdeen Asset Management merger was initially welcomed, but that optimism has turned to concern.
This year’s MIPIM saw as much sweat as it did glamor, writes Will Rowson, partner at capital advisory firm Hodes Weill & Associates and seasoned campaigner at the event.
The latest real estate spinout at Harvard Management Company shows history repeating itself 20 years on.
The list of Korean institutional investors seeking opportunities in the global real estate debt market is growing.
Foreign investors looking to buy US real estate should keep three key questions in mind with regard to potential scrutiny by the US government, says Mario Mancuso, head of the international trade and national security practice at Kirkland & Ellis.
With its partial sale, the Los Angeles-based real assets manager is positioning itself to capture a significant new source of institutional capital at an early stage.
e-Shang Redwood is the latest in a small but growing list of international investors seeking opportunities in the country’s warehouse sector.
Regulations may be tightening, but Chinese investors are still hungry for more real estate both at home and overseas, says David Green-Morgan, global capital markets research director at JLL
With the clock ticking on Britain’s time in the EU, private real estate firms are looking to take advantage of volatility.
CPPIB and GIC continue to expand their US student housing footprint in a $1.6bn purchase
In buying the ‘The Cheesegrater’ for the highest sum ever for a City of London property, Chinese firm CC Land Holdings will be setting a benchmark.