AEW (Real Estate - Europe)

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  • Factor Investing In European Offices Smart - Smart Beta Compared To Traditional Styles Q2 2019 download

    In this report, we apply our new factor investing approach to close to 40 European office markets for the first time. This framework quantifies factors such as Volatility, Liquidity, Quality, Value, Yield and Growth. A comparison of our factor investing results to the traditional “core” and “value-add” investment styles is also provided.

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

    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. 

  • 2019 European annual outlook: When the going gets tough download

    In absolute terms, European real estate has appeared expensive for the last year, as indicated by record low yields across all four property types. 

  • Non-traditional sectors: A focus on senior & student housing download

    Over the last few years, institutional investors have increased their exposure to non-traditional or alternative property types, which represented 14% of total direct real estate investment volumes in Europe in the first half of 2018.

  • French Residential Market offers opportunities in Paris and beyond download

    French institutions have a low exposure to their residential sector in comparison to German and Dutch investors in their domestic markets. This offers the opportunity for an increase in residential investments in France given the size of the market.

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Head Office
22 rue du Docteur Lancereaux
75008 Paris
France
Contact
Alex Griffiths Tel. +44 20 7016 4840
Company website:
http://www.aew.com/
Parent Company:
Natixis
Year Founded:
1981
No. of investment offices worldwide:
15

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  • Factor Investing In European Offices Smart - Smart Beta Compared To Traditional Styles Q2 2019

    Factor Investing In European Offices Smart - Smart Beta Compared To Traditional Styles Q2 2019

    White papersThu, 12 Sep 2019

    In this report, we apply our new factor investing approach to close to 40 European office markets for the first time. This framework quantifies factors such as Volatility, Liquidity, Quality, Value, Yield and Growth. A comparison of our factor investing results to the traditional “core” and “value-add” investment styles is also provided.

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

    Peripheral Property Perspectives - Insights From A Cross-Asset Comparison

    White papersThu, 12 Sep 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. 

  • 2019 european annual outlook

    2019 European annual outlook: When the going gets tough

    White papersFri, 23 Nov 2018

    In absolute terms, European real estate has appeared expensive for the last year, as indicated by record low yields across all four property types. 

  • non traditional sectors

    Non-traditional sectors: A focus on senior & student housing

    White papersMon, 29 Oct 2018

    Over the last few years, institutional investors have increased their exposure to non-traditional or alternative property types, which represented 14% of total direct real estate investment volumes in Europe in the first half of 2018.

  • french residential market offers opportunities in paris and beyond

    French Residential Market offers opportunities in Paris and beyond

    White papersFri, 27 Jul 2018

    French institutions have a low exposure to their residential sector in comparison to German and Dutch investors in their domestic markets. This offers the opportunity for an increase in residential investments in France given the size of the market.

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