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AEW is one of the world’s largest real estate asset managers with €62.1bn of assets under management as at 30 June 2018. AEW has over 600 employees, with its main offices located in Boston, London, Paris and Singapore and offers a wide range of real estate investment products including commingled funds, separate accounts and securities mandates across the full spectrum of investment strategies. AEW represents the real estate asset management platform of Natixis Investment Managers, one of the largest asset managers in the world.

AEW is one of the leading European real estate investment managers with over €29bn of real estate assets under management in Europe as at 30 June 2018. With over 300 employees operating from 10 locations throughout Europe, AEW has a long track record of successfully implementing core, value-add and opportunistic investment strategies on behalf of its clients. In the last five years, AEW has invested and divested a total volume of over €19bn of real estate across European markets.

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  • Interview: Andie Kang & Joseph Lee, IGIS

    IGIS founder Dai-young Kim recently handed over the reins of South Korea’s biggest real estate investment manager. Interview by Florence Chong

  • Finding real estate's relative value

    With yields at historic lows, real estate is priced attractively versus other asset classes. But, ask Hans Vrensen and Dennis Schoenmaker, how can investors best assess its value?

  • Value-add: Adding value in Asia

    International investors are leaning towards value-add funds for Asia. But strategies and definitions can vary, writes Florence Chong

  • Big data: Critical update

    Big data is coming to real estate and the most forward-thinking investors are already embracing it. Maha Khan Phillips reports

  • Asia-Pacific: APAC finds its core values

    The concept of investing in core assets in Asia-Pacific is gaining traction, although so far much of the focus has been on Australia, writes Florence Chong

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Two Seaport Lane
Boston
MA 02210
United States
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