Aviva Investors (Real Estate)

2018 Real Estate Top 100 ranking: 25http://www.avivainvestors.com

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Europe

United Kingdom
No 1 Poultry
London
EC2R 8EJ
Germany
An der Hauptwache 7
60313 Frankfurt
France
14 rue Roquepine
75008 Paris












RA18/0774/01082019

Head Office
St Helen’s
1 Undershaft
London
EC2P 3DQ
United Kingdom
Contact
Joachim Sudre Tel. +44 20 7809 8109
Company website:
http://www.avivainvestors.com
Parent Company:
Aviva plc
Year Founded:
1971
No. of investment offices worldwide:
9

What’s new

  • ESG and real assets: A matter of balance

    White papersThu, 11 Jul 2019

    Assessing ESG risks within real asset investments is far from straightforward. Mark Versey and Stanley Kwong use five case studies to illustrate the balance of ESG risk factors that affects investment decision-making, beyond simply trying to be ‘green’.

  • Aviva Investors Real Assets Acquires Office Building In Copenhagen

    Aviva Investors Real Assets Acquires Office Building In Copenhagen

    White papersTue, 16 Apr 2019

    Aviva Investors Real Assets, on behalf of a regulated entity of Aviva France, has acquired a 7,650 square metre office building in the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark, from Gefion Group for an undisclosed sum.

  • 'Mastering the real estate cycle'

    'Mastering the real estate cycle'

    White papersWed, 13 Mar 2019

    The cyclicality of real estate creates opportunities for well-informed investors. However, determining where a market is in the cycle can be difficult, so we have developed a tool that can help investors overcome this challenge.

  • the future of energy

    The future of energy

    White papersThu, 28 Feb 2019

    As we approach ‘peak oil’, what does this mean for the fossil fuel industry and alternative sources of energy?

  • dream or dystopia

    Dream or dystopia?

    White papersThu, 28 Feb 2019

    Cities will face severe challenges over the coming decades, including digital disruption, population management and climate change. How they adapt to these pressures will determine the winning – and losing – cities of the future.

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