Institutional Real Estate Americas
Exclusive industry insight for tax-exempt investors — pension funds, endowments and foundations
A monthly publication offering analysis of market trends related to pension fund investment in private equity real estate. It covers the people, trends, and events driving this dynamic market, and features the industry's most extensive information on manager searches, new product offerings and pension fund real estate allocations, plus features on pension fund investment capital flows, investment strategy and portfolio management.
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The future of work: What will work be? Where will we do it? And what does that mean for real estate?
Outgrowing the market: Canadian pension plans are too big to invest at home
A country on the rise: Mexico presents attractive opportunities for cross-border real estate investment
On balance: New accounting standards require leases be recorded on balance sheets, which has implications for real estate owners
Crossing the pond: European property markets are attracting U.S. investors
Getting on board: LPs and GPs come together in Southern California for the money talks
Crossing borders: Foreign investment in the United States is a growing factor in the real estate market
Adding value: Varied strategies are blurring the lines between the risks commonly associated with noncore investment
An emerging group: A roundtable of LPs and GPs discuss investing with and by emerging managers
The four food groups: A closer look at the four main institutional property types
The public-private disconnect: Valuations for public and private real estate have diverged, and so has market sentiment
On a mission: For religious institutions, ESG investing is more than a catchphrase