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Real estate’s biggest institutions have almost $1.5trn invested in the asset class.
The pension has dived into real estate co-investments and joint ventures for the first time this year via a mandate with CBRE Global Investment Partners.
There is change at the top of the GI 100 ranking and sustainability is becoming a priority for investors.
The depreciation of the US dollar has buoyed Europe and Asia-Pacific-based institutions in this year’s ranking.
The methodology for the Global Investor 100 ranking.
As North American pensions fade out of the top of the ranking, insurers are emerging as the new powerhouses for real estate investments globally.
Pressure on rent streams, increased rent volatility and an increased need to compete for tenants, says LCI Real Estate Investments’ founding partner William Schwab.
Though new relationships are still on hold throughout much of the world, many kinds of investors are still finding ways to grow their real estate exposure.

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