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Five Asia-based senior executives identify the logistics markets of Asia as the key stomping ground for institutional capital.
Designing assets that make wellbeing a priority is relatively new for the sector, but investors and industry leaders are starting to act, writes Karen Martinus, USAA Real Estate's senior associate.
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Investors must do their homework on Asian real estate, say BPEA’s Mark Fogle and Charles Lam
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
MIRA’s head of real estate Brett Robson explains why there is cause for optimism heading into 2021, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Rod Cornish, managing director, and David Roberts, associate director of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets explain how the pandemic is having mixed fortunes for the global real estate sector.
Executives from reinsurer Hannover Re and manager GLL debate how investors can strike the correct balance between risk and return in the region’s pandemic-hit property market.
As the most diverse region for real estate investors, the differing regimes of Asia-Pacific present a challenge for managers, especially where global capital is involved.
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