A new report from Savills Investment Management concludes that technology, urbanization and globalization will determine the winners in Europe’s logistics sector. We are joined by Irfan Younus, the organization’s head of European research, to discuss the report’s findings.
The U.K. government has published proposals to strengthen its powers to review — and potentially block or unwind — infrastructure investments on national security grounds. What should investors and investment managers know about this process and how to manage it going forward? To explore the topic, our guest is Jenine Hulsmann, a partner at Clifford Chance, where she specializes in competition law and regulation, with a particular focus on energy and infrastructure sectors. (01/2018)
The 2018 Real Confidence Executive Survey — which asks participating executives where they would allocate a theoretical $1 billion in CRE investments to maximize their 2018 returns — has been released by Altus Group. Chuck DiRocco, director of research for the Washington, D.C., firm joins us to review the results.
The outline of an infrastructure plan has been drafted by the Trump administration, one year into his term. The six-page outline is thin on details, but news reports have indicated the administration will seek to offer $200 billion in grants over 10 years to leverage investment from state, local, and private sources, hoping to spur about $1 trillion total in spending. We are joined by Jim Ryan, managing director of national accounts at Provasi Capital Partners, to discuss the U.S. infrastructure outlook. (01/2018)
This call focuses on expanding our collective due diligence capabilities by examining major differences between closed end fund structures. We examine different types of closed end funds and take a closer look at the assets inside the structure.
This is an edited version of a cover profile interview conducted by Real Assets Adviser editor Mike Consol with Richard Todd, co-founder and CEO of Innovest Portfolio Solutions. Todd’s cover profile appears in the February 2018 edition of Real Assets Adviser.
Indy Karlekar, head of global research at Principal Real Estate Investors, and Doug Poutasse, executive vice president and head of strategy and research at Bentall Kennedy, offer their prognostications on how the real estate sector will perform in 2018 and beyond, as well as where the best opportunities are likely to be found. (01/2018)
Some 43 percent of financial advisers are older than 55, and the ranks of advisers in the United States has plummeted from 325,000 to 285,000 in just six years, a 12 percent decline. Young people simply have not been attracted to the industry in sufficient numbers. Max Winthrop, the 29-year-old CEO of Winthrop Wealth Management, and brother Lucas Winthrop, the firm's 27-year-old COO, discuss the problem — and its solution.
More than 100 months into the second-longest economic recovery in U.S. history, we assess how the real estate sector will perform during the new year. Our guests, Melissa Reagan of TH Real Estate and Robert Bellinger of ASB Real Estate Investments, offer their best prognostications for the industry’s prospects for the near term. (01/2018)
As we look ahead to 2018, where are the opportunities and where are the challenges? Loretta Clodfelter, editor of Institutional Real Estate Americas, joins us to discuss the feature story she authored on the subject. (01/2018)