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GRESB’s real estate associate, Christina Djambazca, assesses the state of play for meeting EU Taxonomy requirements.
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It is tough for landlords to stay abreast of burgeoning ESG requirements, but failure to do so could be costly
Mandatory regulations are forcing managers to take sustainability more seriously and investors are only dialing up the pressure
Sustainability is a moral imperative and can go hand in hand with investment returns if opportunities to create value through environmental and social focus are seized, say Slättö’s Annachiara Torciano and Jonas Andersson.
The real estate sector urgently needs greater net-zero transparency and a focus on social contribution, says Schroders Capital’s Charlotte Jacques.
A growing number of businesses are setting up shop in the metaverse, says Neil Oberfeld, Greenberg Traurig’s US leasing practice co-chair
While other banks exited the space, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs stayed the course and restored their credibility in private real estate.
As institutional real estate investors get to grips with net zero, they are making more demands of their partners and operators.
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On-the-ground expertise is essential if investors and fund managers are to appreciate the local nuances that abound within the Asia-Pacific region. That’s why fund administration services are so important, say Catherine Law and Natalie Breen at Sanne, an Apex Group company
Earlier efforts to reform carried interest taxation had stalled, before US Senator Joe Manchin announced on Wednesday that he and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer had worked out a deal.

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