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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.
Now in its sixth year, the PERE Global Investor 50 highlights the largest institutional real estate investors in the world based on the market value of investors’ private real estate portfolios. PERE’s Research & Analytics team carried out primary and secondary research on over 100 institutions to produce this ranking. We look forward to publishing it in 2020.
PERE sits down with the firm’s senior director of real assets to hear why this institutional money from the Lone Star state is pivoting away from commingled funds.
The equity invested in private real estate by non-US investors has grown in both absolute and relative terms.
PERE’s 2018 ranking of the biggest private real estate investors.
The final entry in our six-part countdown of PERE's Global Investor 50, ranking the private real estate investment world’s top names.
Capital continues to compete to be invested in global property markets. This is leading the world’s largest pools to commit to the institutionalization of niche sectors and head to ‘growth’ markets in search for outperformance, Macquarie’s Brett Robson tells PERE.
The fifth in our six-part countdown of PERE's Global Investor 50, ranking the private real estate investment world’s top names.
PERE listens in as Macquarie Capital’s Eric Wurtzebach quizzes executives from the Texas TRS on their response to the challenges facing pension fund investors as the real estate market nears peak pricing.
As demographically-charged sectors, multifamily and logistics are institutional investors’ best bet for weathering a through-cycle period. By Rod Cornish and Nina Lesnanska, Real Estate Strategy, Macquarie Capital.
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