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Paper eres2011_38:
The Role of European Emerging Market Property Companies in a Portfolio

id eres2011_38
authors Newell, Graeme; Moss, Alex; McGreal, Stanley; Nguyen, Kim
year 2011
title The Role of European Emerging Market Property Companies in a Portfolio
source 18th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
summary With an increased focus on international property investment, the role of emerging property markets in delivering portfolio benefits has attracted considerable attention. In particular, the European emerging property markets (eg: Russia, Poland, Turkey, Greece) account for 11 countries, with 1% of the global listed property companies market capitalisation. This paper considers the role of European emerging market property companies in a portfolio, assessing the risk-adjusted performance and portfolio diversification benefits over 2007-2010. This performance is benchmarked against the European developed market property companies (15 countries), as well as globally and with the respective stockmarkets. The property investment implications are also highlighted.
keywords european emerging markets, developed markets, riskadjusted returns, portfolio diversification
series ERES:conference
email g.newell@uws.edu.au
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session B5: International Markets
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