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The cold comforts of investing in the Nordics

Increasing volumes of international capital are seeking a warm welcome in the real estate markets of the chilly Nordics.

RBC on how depositaries are adapting to a changing market

The depositary’s role is changing as firms and service providers adapt to shifting regulation and the need to stay ahead of technological developments, says RBC’s Priya Nair. Vicky Meek reports

RBC on why domicile matters when launching a new fund

Fund structuring is ever more complex, driven by more stringent investor requirements, tighter regulation and increasingly diverse investment strategies, says RBC’s Dirk Holz. Vicki Meek reports

Colony Capital on credit risks, equity returns

European real estate debt continues to present compelling opportunities for high risk-adjusted returns, argue Colony Capital’s Kevin Traenkle and Nadra Moussalem. Stuart Watson reports

Yardi on how investors want information faster

Technology solutions must step up to meet demand, say Yardi Systems' Chris Barbier, industry principal of investment management, and Paul Fiorilla, director of research, Yardi Matrix.

Barings on why it is a time for balance in US real estate debt

Dean Dulchinos of Barings talks to PERE’s Kyle Campbell about how he expects the US real estate debt market to shape up in 2019.

Venn Partners on going where the banks will not venture

Traditional lenders’ focus on financing core assets leaves room for alternative lenders to finance value-add properties says Venn Partners’ Paul House.

Brunswick on playing the long game in Swedish real estate debt

Swedish banks’ short-term focus has created an opportunity for alternative lenders backed by more patient capital, says Brunswick Real Estate CEO (debt) Pontus Sundin.

DRC Capital on debt as a defensive play

Real estate investors craving downside protection are increasingly favoring debt over equity investing, argues DRC Capital managing partner Dale Lattanzio.

Savills Investment Management on navigating cyclicality

Worried by macroeconomic and political uncertainty, investors are increasingly exacting about the quality of the real estate they will acquire, says Savills Investment Management’s European CEO, Giuseppe Oriani.

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