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High-profile real estate acquisitions by sovereign wealth funds slowed in 2019 as the institutions focused more on disposals.
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Global Investor 50
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.
Logistics
Industrial real estate has been one of the darlings of institutional capital, but one recent tenant-related trend has potentially worrisome implications for the sector.
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.
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.
Benign interest rates with continued urbanization and economic growth, supports the case for Asia-Pacific real estate, say investors.
Franklin Real Asset Advisors is closing its Singapore office, resulting in the departure of its APAC managing director, among other staff.
Real estate debt looks well positioned compared with corporate debt, maintains Justin Guichard of Oaktree Capital in this interview shot at sister publication PDI's New York Forum.
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