The Role of European Emerging Market Property Companies in a Portfolio
||Newell, Graeme; Moss, Alex; McGreal, Stanley; Nguyen, Kim
||The Role of European Emerging Market Property Companies in a Portfolio
||18th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
||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.
||european emerging markets, developed markets, riskadjusted returns, portfolio diversification
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||B5: International Markets
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