AustralianSuper will merge its infrastructure and property teams into one global real asset team, led by Nik Kemp
Canadian real estate investment company Ivanhoé Cambridge says it has become more circumspect on China and is closing its office in Shanghai. Instead, it is shifting its focus towards India, where it has a small team on the ground in Mumbai
Hostplus investigates expanding its property allocation in Europe and the United Kingdom, Spiros Deftereos
The student housing sector in Australia is almost fully backed foreign institutional investors, as domestic funds show hesitance to commit to the sector, Florence Chong writes
Given the twin spectres of rising interest rates and higher living costs, Spiros Deftereos of Hostplus holds no illusion that times will continue to be challenging for residential developers
In contrast to the enthusiasm with which foreign pension investors invest in build-to-rent, or multi-family, property, Australian super funds are still searching for the most suitable investment model that would work for them, Florence Chong writes.
Only ten years ago, Hostplus property portfolio consisted almost entirely out of office and retail. Today, it is a much more diversified portfolio Spiros Deftereos tells Florence Chong
Office has long been the backbone of super funds’ property portfolios, but can it overcome the challenge of working from home? Florence Chong speaks to institutional investors to see how their portfolios are impacted.
UniSuper will increase its valuation frequency for unlisted assets at the end of the year, the fund said during a discussion of valuation governance at the Frontier Annual Conference