Our key strengths in real estate investing
The potential return on your investment can benefit from our strength in structuring, and we’re always looking for ways to make your assets more efficient.
Investment Outlook Q4 2021: Slow(er) and steady wins the race Watch the video: Investment Outlook Q4 2021: Slow(er) and steady wins the race
Watch our Global Chief Investment Officer Willem Sels discuss our investment strategy for the mid-cycle stage. Equity, credit and EM bond returns should remain respectable, but within equities, we increasingly focus on quality, large caps and dividends.
- Alternative investments may not be suitable for all clients
- The investment is subject to normal market fluctuations and there can be no assurance that an investment will return its value or that appreciation will occur
- Funds with a single sector focus (such as real estate) will typically be more volatile than funds which invest broadly across markets
- Assets denominated in a foreign currency are subject to adverse movements if the relative value of that currency falls. Currency movements may also impact the value of underlying investments as they strongly influence the market economy and the competitiveness of domestic and international companies
- There are special risks associated with investing in the securities of companies principally engaged in the real estate industry. These risks include: the cyclical nature of real estate values, risks related to general and local economic conditions, changes in regulation and tax systems, and other real estate capital market influences
- If the chosen implementation is a concentrated fund which is unconstrained by benchmark weightings, the fund’s performance can diverge significantly from any relevant index. For syndicated club deals there is no liquidity once the investment is made: the investment is locked in for the life of the company