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  • A letter from Asia

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    A letter from Asia

    2020-05-19T10:54:00Z

    As the initial epicentre of the coronavirus, many lessons can be learnt from China: For example, the importance a swift government response (resting on lessons learnt during the SARS outbreak in 2002-2003) with total or partial lockdowns across many cities alongside other mobility restrictions and intensified health screening.

  • Asia - Brighter than expected but cloudy in patches

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    Asia: Brighter than expected but cloudy in patches

    2020-02-24T11:12:00Z

    PERE’s recent Asia roundtable highlighted investors’ increased optimism towards the Asia Pacific market and the opportunities that localised stress points may provide.

  • Navigating the Asia Pacific real estate market

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    Navigating the Asia Pacific real estate market

    2020-01-10T11:18:00Z

    Louise Kavanagh, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, sits down with Asset T.V. to discuss the main geopolitical risks currently shaping Asia, how the trade war is affecting investor sentiment in the region and why investors are currently favouring a defensive position.

  • Think Asia Pacific cities 2020 outlook

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    Think Asia Pacific cities 2020 outlook

    2019-12-12T13:40:00Z

    The outlook heading into 2020 Asia Pacific’s is showing clearer signs of improvement after the significant headwinds for Asia-Pacific’s growth landscape in 2019 – particularly from the United States-China trade tensions which softened global business sentiment and trade.

  • is now the right time to invest in cre debt in australia

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    Is now the right time to invest in CRE debt in Australia?

    2019-08-21T12:43:00Z

    Based in Sydney, Martin Priestley is the Head of Debt, Asia Pacific, overseeing the origination, portfolio management and business development activities for Nuveen Real Estate across Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region. Here, Martin gives his view on why now  is the right time for investors to engage in commercial real estate (CRE) debt in Australia.

  • nuveen real estate acquires a key logistics asset in south korea

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    Nuveen Real Estate acquires a key logistics asset in South Korea, growing its Asia Pacific cities platform

    2019-08-20T16:05:00Z

    Second acquisition by Nuveen Real Estate’s Asia Pacific cities platform First acquisition in Korea for Nuveen Real Estate 100% interest in a last-mile, brand new logistics facility in the Greater Seoul area Fully let to Coupang and Emart 24, among the largest market players in their ...

  • Lower rates: boon or bane for real estate

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    Investment Outlook: Lower rates: boon or bane for real estate?

    2019-08-20T15:51:00Z

    Slowing growth and rising risks have – or will – drive looser regional monetary policy Strong near-term support to real estate values on lower for longer policy rate Increasing dislocation and divergence in market performance on uneven regional outlook Longer-term asset bubble risks in fundamentally weak ...

  • Nuveen Real Estate appoints Steven Lim as Senior Director

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    Nuveen Real Estate appoints Steven Lim as Senior Director, Debt Strategies

    2019-08-05T16:10:00Z

    Global real estate investment manager, Nuveen Real Estate today announced the appointment of Steven Lim as Senior Director, Debt Strategies in Australia, further expanding the firm’s Asia Pacific commercial real estate (CRE) debt business. 

  • Think Asia Pacific cities Q3 2019 outlook

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    Think Asia Pacific cities Q3 2019 outlook

    2019-06-26T15:59:00Z

    The outlook for global growth has significantly deteriorated recently, in large part mirroring the heightened risk climate from the trade and technology war between the U.S. and China, and the U.S. tariff threats on other major economies.

  • a tilt toward cities as investors seek to capitalise on asia pacifics momentum

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    A tilt toward cities as investors seek to capitalise on Asia Pacific’s momentum

    2019-05-01T11:06:00Z

    Asia Pacific, led by China and India, is projected to account for nearly half of the world’s economic output by 2030. That’s an impressive figure. But, the bigger news for real estate investors is this: by that same year, more than 50% of the world’s urban population growth - and almost all of the world’s top 50 cities - will have emerged in the Asia Pacific region.

  • Think Asia Pacific cities Q2 2019 outlook

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    Think Asia Pacific cities Q2 2019 outlook

    2019-03-22T13:43:00Z

    The Asia Pacific region ended 2018 on a relatively soft patch and headwinds will likely continue to slow economic momentum down through the first six months of 2019.

  • think asia pacific 2019 outlook final

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    Think Asia Pacific cities: Trends and tactics 2019 outlook

    2019-01-04T14:46:00Z

    The world economy started 2018 in relatively strong shape but headwinds have been growing ever since.