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Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he talks about The Fed's announcement that it plans to start winding down its quantitative easing program and the impact that decision has had on bond and stock markets. He also discusses China's decision to tighten credit, the improved U.S. housing market, single-family homes' potential for becoming an institutional asset class, and the current state of the U.S. office market.
Is Japan truly on the recovery track? Should investors be worried about China’s leadership transition? What kinds of yields can be expected from real estate investments in the region? Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management executives Leslie Chua and Koichiro Obu discuss the current climate for investing in Asia.
John Campbell, chairman of Campbell Lutyens, a London-based private equity firm specializing in raising private equity and infrastructure funds from institutional investors, talks with us about infrastructure investing in emerging markets, the British government’s plan to encourage more infrastructure investing by pension funds, private-public partnerships, and whether the future of infrastructure investing will be primarily debt or equity, among other topics.
Dan Schned, a senior planner at the Regional Plan Association, discusses the 11 U.S. mega-regions identified in his organization’s America 2050 report, including what mega-regions are and why they are important.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he discusses the SEC relaxing its rules regarding advertising by financial companies, the consolidation of institutional investment dollars in the hands of fewer and larger investment managers, and the reorganization of the executive suite at CalPERS.