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Marc Fuhrmann of Arrow Global discusses implications of the current market conditions and volatile rate environment on equity and debt in European real estate markets.
With a huge runway for growth driven by AI, the hyperscale campus format is the future, explain Keppel’s Wai Meng Wong and Hwee Long Loh.
The needs of the largest companies are changing the market for investors and driving sustainability, says Actis’s Dalmar Sheikh.
Taking advantage of the growing healthcare industry requires great accessibility to life sciences companies and government support, as well as adherence to strict standards, says CBC’s Hans Kang.
The many differences between APAC’s real estate markets and the West are explored by PAG Real Assets co-heads Broderick Storie and Phi. Le.
Surging appetite and high barriers to entry explain why investors are embracing the data center sector, say Principal Asset Management’s Casey Miller and Paul Lewis.
Illustration of a team of doctors engaging in medical innovation
Real estate Investors appreciate the stickiness of tenants in the life sciences sector, with new geographic clusters emerging as demand grows, participants of PERE's life sciences roundtable say.
Logistics, data centers and renewables are new economy sectors that will play an integral role in the future global economy, according to GCP’s Craig Duffy.
The time is now to partner with hyperscalers globally at scale, says IPI Partners’ Matt A’Hearn.
Demand for tourism and holiday travel across Europe is driving diverse opportunities for savvy investors, say Azora’s Cristina Garcia-Peri and Javier Arus.

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