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Paper eres2012_125:
The significance of real estate in European pension funds

id eres2012_125
authors Graeme Newell
year 2012
title The significance of real estate in European pension funds
source 19th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland
summary Real estate is an important asset class for pension funds. This has taken on increased importance in recent years in Europe, with changing demographics and the impact of regulations such as Solvency II. This paper examines the significance and role of real estate in European pension funds; particularly focusing on the real estate investment vehicles and strategies used to achieve this real estate exposure post-GFC. A survey of leading European pension funds examines their views on real estate in their portfolios, with interviews with leading real estate professionals in Europe adding further strategic insight into this important issue. Effective strategies for the ongoing inclusion of increased levels of real estate in European pension fund portfolios are also identified.
series ERES:conference
type normal paper
email g.newell@uws.edu.au
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session Parallel Session C4
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