The Institutional Real Estate Letter - Asia Pacific
Providing investors with information and insights on the firms, issues and trends shaping the private equity real estate investment markets.
This monthly publication provides readers with data, information and insights on the investors, investment managers and markets within the dynamic Asia Pacific region. Powerful demographic trends in countries such as China, India and Indonesia are fueling demand for all types of real estate. As Asia becomes the dominant economic engine of the global economy, investment opportunities will abound in the region’s mature and emerging markets.
The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific will help you keep abreast of capital flows, new investment products, investment strategies, market trends and the region’s most active players.
This publication also includes two quarterly supplements: The Asian REIT Report and The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Australia. These are both free with your subscription to The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific.
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Spice islands: With the right ingredients, Southeast Asia's pocket markets can add a lot of pep to a portfolio
After QE: Long-term fundamentals look promising in a capital-heavy world
Building a global footprint: Global investing will increasingly define institutional real estate markets of the future
Well worth it: Outbound Asian high-net-worth capital is increasingly targeting direct real estate
Strategic implications: Picking the right partner may be the best form of investment control
Ready to shine: Tokyo's housing market is poised to shine brightly again
Leading the way: Central banks in the East promote growth
Equities, bonds and things: How can investors deal with their problem of increasing liabilities in a low-return, multi-asset world?
Up, up and away: Runaway residential prices in first-tier cities reignite fears of a big bubble bursting, but should they?
Red threat: It remains unclear how Chinese banks will handle deleveraging and lending risk
Sustain me: Asian institutional investors eye sustainability
Experience at the fore: Spotlight on China's retail market in 2014