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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.
Welcome to the Global Investor 100, PERE’s annual ranking of the asset class's top institutional investors, based on the market value of their private real estate investment portfolios.
This year’s expanded ranking reflects a top 10 with a unique set of characteristics and a boost in representation for certain geographies and investor types.
The region’s sound fundamentals and long-term growth opportunities mean well-capitalized institutions will continue to look for opportunities in markets like China, say executives from MIRA and CPPIB.
Capital providers must avoid being distracted by the country’s feverish political climate and focus instead on long-term structural trends when evaluating the potential of US property, argue Allianz’s Christoph Donner and MIRA’s Eric Wurtzebach
The methodology for the Global Investor 100 ranking.
Our annual ranking reveals the 100 largest institutional real estate investors in the world.
MIRA’s head of real estate Brett Robson explains why there is cause for optimism heading into 2021, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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