We focus on targeted locations and sectors, developing a deep knowledge of local markets, building strong relationships with key players and gaining an unparalleled access to selected real estate opportunities.
Our team’s technical expertise combined with strong (but non-binding) environmental, social and governance (ESG) integration, allows us to create value for investors in European real estate. We have a proven advantage in market access, and in our ability to deploy capital quickly and efficiently.
Real estate risk
Investments in real estate may not be able to be sold, realised or liquidated when you want because real estate assets may not always be readily saleable. If this is the case, we may defer your request or instruction regarding your investment. Investors should also bear in mind that the valuation of real estate is generally a matter of valuers’ opinion rather than fact.
Strategies in focus
Real estate debt
Senior secured debt of varying maturities, fixed or floating rate, on commercial property such as offices, retail, or logistics. Clients benefit from regular cash flows and the added security of high-quality collateral.
Real estate equity
Real-estate acquisition and management across traditional and alternative sectors in Europe that span the risk spectrum, from long-income to cyclical income and growth, development and opportunistic investments.
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Explore our real assets range
Outcome-oriented solutions in real estate, through strategies that span the risk spectrum, from lower-risk options generating long-term income to more opportunistic investments.
Our deep market access allows us to source high-quality projects, delivered through a range of senior debt opportunities or via the acquisition of assets. We focus on stable, long-term income generation and efficient execution.
We finance bespoke structured finance and senior private corporate debt transactions, providing our investors with outcomes that meet their investment objectives.
Real assets and net zero: Ambition vs action
Nearly half of global institutional investors expect to increase investments in real assets over the next 12 months. Our Real Assets Study 2021 delves into the reasons why infrastructure, real estate and private debt asset classes remain in favour and pressing issues like the accelerating race to net zero and advancements within ESG.
Real assets views
Resilience and selectivity: The outlook for real estate long income
5 Oct 2022
Renos Booth, Isabel Gossling and Kris McPhail from our real estate long income team discuss the strengths of long-income strategies in a period of high inflation and rising rates.
Inflation, volatility and net zero: The outlook for real estate equity
12 Sep 2022
Ben Sanderson and James Stevens from our real estate team discuss risks and opportunities for property investors amid changing work patterns, rising inflation and the race to net zero.
Conflict, inflation and energy security: An updated outlook for infrastructure investors
6 Sep 2022
Darryl Murphy and Sean McLachlan from our infrastructure team assess how Russia’s war on Ukraine, fears over energy security and surging inflation have changed the prospects for infrastructure investors.
Inflation, recession – or both? Real estate investing through the market cycle
30 Aug 2022
Runaway inflation and monetary tightening could trigger a recession. It’s time for the real estate market to press the reset button, argues Daniel McHugh.
What does the data say? Real Assets in focus
26 Aug 2022
In this month’s instalment of our visual series on topical themes, we look at some of the key recent trends in the real asset universe.
Illiquidity premia in real assets: Q2 2022
9 Aug 2022
Our real assets research team crunch the data to see whether the effects of rising inflation and interest rates are being reflected in private market returns.
Long income, short ESG windows: Matching real estate long income and responsible investing timelines
2 Aug 2022
Luke Layfield looks at how real estate long income can help address clients’ ESG responsible investing objectives and how respective timelines for implementing change can be best aligned.
Our progress towards net zero in real assets: A Q&A with Ed Dixon
30 May 2022
One year on from publishing our 2040 net-zero pathway for real assets, Ed Dixon talks through some of the key highlights, challenges and priorities for 2022.
Off balance and out of step
16 Mar 2022
Daniel McHugh explains why real estate strategies need to change with the times.
Real assets: An alternative way to hedge inflation risk
3 Feb 2022
As inflation soars to levels not seen in years, the costs of hedging against it via traditional liquid market securities are becoming prohibitively expensive. Real assets might offer institutional investors a better option, argues Luke Layfield.
The time for action is now: Incorporating carbon into private markets
13 Jan 2022
Our real assets research analysts explore the whys and wherefores of understanding and managing the carbon footprint of their portfolios.
That déjà vu feeling: The outlook for UK infrastructure
6 Jan 2022
Darryl Murphy assesses the current state of the UK infrastructure market and the likely drivers of activity in 2022.
European long-income real estate: Seeking resilience in an uncertain world
20 Dec 2021
As the trajectory of COVID-19 continues to evolve, Isabel Gossling looks at the implications for European real estate and long-lease strategies.
The long decline: Why trend economic growth is set to go on falling
12 Nov 2021
Trend rates of economic growth, which have been on the decline for decades in the world’s leading economies, look set to fall further. That will have big implications for governments, companies, households and investors, argues Stewart Robertson.
An investor’s perspective on the UK’s Net Zero Strategy
28 Oct 2021
Darryl Murphy assesses the implications and opportunities for infrastructure investors.
Disclosures, trade-offs and green premia: The future of sustainability in real assets
7 Oct 2021
The path to a sustainable future for private markets is full of opportunity but also complexity, as Laurence Monnier and Ed Dixon explain.