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Imagine a world where core is the riskier investing profile

To successfully navigate the reefs of high core valuations, an opportunistic anchor is the best fit, argues Cyril Demaria, head of private markets, Wellershoff & Partners

GPIF’s $500m RE buying part of broader Japanese outbound push

The world’s largest pension fund is expected to engage in overseas real estate through more investment strategies and structures.

UBS’s $21bn US core fund sees two-year redemption queue

Lackluster returns and growing competition have the Swiss bank’s UBS Trumbull Property Trust suffering the sector’s biggest investor exodus.

Danica Pension appoints new chief portfolio manager

Former Patrizia Multi Managers associate director Jakob Kaer Nielsen will oversee the $76bn pension’s foreign real estate portfolio.

Can Blackstone’s $19bn logistics deal deliver opportunistic returns?

The private equity giant says it will lean heavily on location advantages and operational expertise to hit performance targets for its mammoth acquisition.

Asian capital is pulling out of the West: JLL

The region’s real estate investors are curtailing cross-border investments as currency hedging costs rise and yields fall for trophy assets in mature overseas markets, according to the property services firm.

Institutions chasing risk at the peak of the cycle

A key concern for institutional investors in 2019 is abundant capital in real estate driving down returns and adding more risk, according to the global placement advisory firm Probitas Partners.

LOGOS fully invests maiden $400m Indonesian logistics venture

The firm has invested in a total of four logistic development projects in Indonesia since it first entered the market two years ago.

POBA re-ups with CalSTRS amid push towards more RE partnerships

A year after making its first investment via joint venture partnerships in the US, the Korean pension is on the lookout for more co-investment deals in both the US and Japan.

Cashing in on China’s limited real estate buying window

There has been a surge in foreign investments in Chinese real estate in recent months, despite macro headwinds like the trade war.
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