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  • Peripheral Property Perspectives - Insights From A Cross-Asset Comparison download

    White papers 12 September 2019

    Most cross-asset institutional investors are organised across three main departments: fixed income (or credit), equities and alternatives. Commercial real estate is typically represented in all three departments. Despite having different terminology and perspectives, investors increasingly look across departments to benefit from each other’s views on fundamental trends in the underlying credit, equity, collateral and property markets.

  • Future-proofing European Retail download

    White papers 10 July 2018

    How is European retail going to face its challenges?

  • France to lead European recovery download

    White papers 19 February 2018

    France is projected to post a strong increase in GDP growth in the next five years, while German and UK growth is shifting down in the same period...

  • AEW agrees new lease with Furniture Village at Bath Road Central, Slough download

    Asset Manager News 25 October 2017

    AEW has agreed a new lease with British furniture retailer Furniture Village, which is expanding its office space at the Bath Road Central business park in Slough by 3,726 sq ft. The retailer will occupy a total of 10,926 sq ft at 258 Bath Road Central on an unexpired term of 10 years.

  • Expanding the European Universe download

    White papers 5 July 2017

    Following our Q1 2017 report, we have now doubled our universe of real estate markets from 50 to 100. This expansion is focused on including the 100 most liquid local European markets.

  • Value beyond the gateway markets: Q1 2017 download

    White papers 5 April 2017

    Investors should expand their horizons beyond the usual gateway markets of London, Paris and Berlin, based on our three-step analysis...

  • AEW Europe City Retail Fund exceeds capital raising target following €415 million capital raise download

    Asset Manager News 14 March 2017

    AEW announces it has now raised more than €415 million of equity from several international institutional investors, for the Europe City Retail Fund exceeding the Fund’s initial target of €400 million.

  • AEW Europe completes merger with Ciloger creating €24 billion AUM real estate asset management firm download

    Asset Manager News 27 October 2016

    AEW Europe announces the completion of its merger with Ciloger, one of the leading managers of real estate funds targeted at French retail investors, creating one of the largest real estate asset managers in Europe.

  • European Real Estate Quarterly: Q1 2016 download

    White papers 28 July 2016

    Towards the end of 2015 and into Q1 2016 there have been an increasing number of commentators speculating that the world economy is on the cusp of a new recession, triggered by slowing emerging market economies.

  • AEW Europe launches opportunistic investment partnership download

    Asset Manager News 16 March 2015

    AEW Europe has signed an investment programme focused on German retail assets as part of the expansion of its opportunistic platform. AEW Europe is working with its local partner, Kintyre to source and structure investments in Germany and will initially look to build a €150 million portfolio of assets in lot sizes of €5-15 million.

  • AEW Europe signs a financing agreement for €248 million on behalf of Fondis with BNP Paribas and Société Générale download

    Asset Manager News 16 January 2014

    AEW Europe has signed, with BNP Paribas and Société Générale, a €248 million financing agreement on behalf of Fondis, AEW Europe’s French core retail vehicle. Fondis owns a portfolio with current value of approximately €400 million.

  • ECB Lifeline to Banks Means Real Estate Lending Market Is Still Wide Open download

    White papers 1 January 2013

    There is a deep structural change occurring in the European CRE lending market, with insurers and specialized loan funds readying themselves to fill part or all of the gap left by receding bank mortgage lending in the sector.

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