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Institutional capital is less concerned with political rhetoric over China and more about finding investment opportunities and the practicalities of negotiating local regulations.
Foreign and domestic managers in China want the best in global standards and a handle on local nuances, according to Jing Jing Qian and Catherine Law from Sanne
Capital stays faithful to China real estate despite the pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions.
Consumption trends drive investment decisions in China, says Guy Fulton, managing director, real estate investments, at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments).
Financial regulations and green finance trends may help the country’s property sector align with President Xi’s pledge to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, writes GRESB’s Xinying Tok.
Investors in China real estate are turning to non-core sectors, where they can build scale and boost returns.
As China’s real estate investment market grows more complex, three sources of capital are set to become more relevant, says Hodes Weill’s Hong Kong-based partner Alfredo Lobo.
The sector’s fundamentals are strong, says Funlive CEO Keith Chan, and the market is institutionalizing rapidly.
GLP Suzhou Changshu IDC
GLP China’s Teresa Zhuge discusses prospects for this growing asset class and how GLP is positioned to build and scale a high-quality business in the new economy
David Green-Morgan, managing director, Asia-Pacific at Real Capital Analytics, examines China’s real estate capital flow data in a covid-impacted year.
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