M&G Investments [Real Estate - Europe]

2018 Top 100 Real Estate ranking: 28http://www.mandg.com

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M&G Real Estate is the property arm of M&G Investments. We manage £33.5 billion of assets (incl. cash as at 30/06/2019) across the UK, continental Europe, North America and Asia, making us one of the largest real estate investors globally. Our objective is to deliver superior real estate outcomes through providing solutions for our investors. We achieve this by focusing on enhancing value and delivering sustainable total returns to our clients through our range of pooled funds, segregated mandates, investment partnerships and joint ventures. As clients’ requirements change and develop, we innovate to offer new investment strategies and deal structures. We are firmly committed to sustainable property management, with a dedicated Responsible Property Investments team helping to further enhance investment performance. All of our nine funds have been awarded Green Stars in the 2019 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Survey.

Our approach to real estate investment allows us to identify and expertly exploit market inefficiencies, creating the maximum potential for our clients to benefit from one of the most diverse investment opportunities in the market today.

We help investors achieve better outcomes by accessing superior investment opportunities and actively managing each and every building to unlock value and to deliver strong risk-adjusted returns. Through our activities, we can also make a positive impact on society. To this end, our responsible property investment team plays a fundamental role in ensuring we use our resources to enrich the lives of people and communities by creating world-class places to live, work and play. This not only brings beneficial outcomes to our investors, but also to the environment and society.

*As at 30 June 2019

COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

The services and products provided by M&G Investment Management Limited are available only to investors who come within the category of the Professional Client as defined in the Financial Conduct Authority’s Handbook. They are not available to individual investors, who should not rely on this communication. Information given in this document has been obtained from, or based upon, sources believed by us to be reliable and accurate although M&G does not accept liability for the accuracy of the contents. M&G does not offer investment advice or make recommendations regarding investments. Opinions are subject to change without notice.

M&G Investments are business names of M&G Investment Management Limited and are used by other companies within the Prudential Group. M&G Investment Management Limited is registered in England and Wales under number 936683 with its registered office at Laurence Pountney Hill, London EC4R 0HH. M&G Investment Management Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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White Papers / Research from M&G Investments [Real Estate - Europe]

  • Tapping into Europe’s abundant living sectors download

    With rising urbanisation and innovation, the world’s largest cities are getting larger and people and places are becoming more interconnected than they’ve ever been. Combined with a shift in perceptions around where we live, work, socialise and retire, the nature of housing is changing and we at M&G Real Estate see abundant potential in the living sectors – comprising student housing, rental apartments and senior living, says Marc Reijnen, Head of Investment and Asset Management ...

  • UK Real Estate Market Outlook - August 2019 download

    Despite the ongoing Brexit-related uncertainty and political upheaval, we expect property income streams to remain mostly resilient. Occupiers are still taking a ‘business as usual’ approach and, while cautious, investors continue to pile into alternatives over mainstream property.

  • Responsible Property Investing - 2018 download

    We have been benchmarking the RPI performance of our funds for many years, with our involvement in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey growing over that time. 

  • Responsible property investing 2018 download

    We have been benchmarking the RPI performance of our funds for many years, with our involvement in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey growing over that time.

  • Spotlight on addressing climate change download

    In 2018, a group of leading climate scientists warned there is only a dozen years for global warming to be kept to a maximum of 1.5°C in a report published by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It states that even half a degree beyond this temperature will have significant environmental consequences, such as increased risk of heatwaves, droughts, floods and food shortages.

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Analysis from IPE Real Assets

  • Retail property: Convert it and they will come

    Oakridge Centre, Canada: Offices, residential and retail will be built around an already strongly performing shopping centre

  • London: Too big to fail?

    In the years running up to the Brexit vote, London boomed. Can the UK capital continue to prosper in the face of so much uncertainty? Razak Musah Baba reports

  • UK housing: What crisis?

    Stagnant house prices and an increasingly drawn-out Brexit have cast doubt on the housing sector in the UK. But the private-rented sector continues to attract investors, reports Jennifer Bollen

  • Europe: Last mile of the investment boom

    There are opportunities in European logistics, despite slowing investment. But, writes Maha Khan Phillips, investors are divided on the impact of Brexit

  • UK retail: shop till the market drops

    After a disastrous year for UK retail, Mark Faithfull asks whether predictions of plunging shopping-centre valuations will finally materialise and reflect the upheaval in the sector

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Head Office
10 Fenchurch Avenue
London
EC3M 5BN
United Kingdom
Contact
Laura Ladine Tel. +44 (0)20 3977 1675
Company website:
http://www.mandg.com

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  • Tapping into Europe’s abundant living sectors

    Tapping into Europe’s abundant living sectors

    White papersMon, 23 Sep 2019

    With rising urbanisation and innovation, the world’s largest cities are getting larger and people and places are becoming more interconnected than they’ve ever been. Combined with a shift in perceptions around where we live, work, socialise and retire, the nature of housing is changing and we at M&G Real Estate see abundant potential in the living sectors – comprising student housing, rental apartments and senior living, says Marc Reijnen, Head of Investment and Asset Management ...

  • UK Real Estate Market Outlook August 2019

    UK Real Estate Market Outlook - August 2019

    White papersMon, 19 Aug 2019

    Despite the ongoing Brexit-related uncertainty and political upheaval, we expect property income streams to remain mostly resilient. Occupiers are still taking a ‘business as usual’ approach and, while cautious, investors continue to pile into alternatives over mainstream property.

  • Responsible Property Investing - 2018

    Responsible Property Investing - 2018

    White papersMon, 17 Jun 2019

    We have been benchmarking the RPI performance of our funds for many years, with our involvement in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey growing over that time. 

  • Responsible property investing 2018

    Responsible property investing 2018

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    We have been benchmarking the RPI performance of our funds for many years, with our involvement in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey growing over that time.

  • Spotlight on addressing climate change

    Spotlight on addressing climate change

    White papersWed, 13 Mar 2019

    In 2018, a group of leading climate scientists warned there is only a dozen years for global warming to be kept to a maximum of 1.5°C in a report published by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It states that even half a degree beyond this temperature will have significant environmental consequences, such as increased risk of heatwaves, droughts, floods and food shortages.

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