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View our presentation for more on how institutions are grappling with the top trends and challenges in the industry.
Macroeconomic uncertainty may have put institutional real estate investors on hold, but many are poised to exploit market dislocation.
Our Global Investor 100 report returns with a new investor taking the top position.
As institutional real estate investors get to grips with net zero, they are making more demands of their partners and operators.
Widening discounts for secondaries assets and softening prices for development sites are among the opportunities to leverage, according to David Roberts, global head of real estate strategy at Macquarie Asset Management.
Niche asset types have proliferated from under the real estate umbrella, which has changed how investors view the sector.
Institutional real estate investors are still focused on prime locations, but the office might look different going forward.
Since our 2021 Global Investor 100 ranking, there have been notable rises and falls among the asset class’s top investors.
The methodology for the Global Investor 100 ranking.
It’s all change at the top of this year’s rankings.
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