The document is a distillation of information provided to ANREV by non-listed property vehicles, as well as publicly available information of other non-listed property vehicles, in order to give a view on the size and composition of the Asia Pacific non-listed property funds market over a particular period of time.
The fifth net / gross return report shows a three months' total gross return of 0.75% for the period between July and September 2020.
The net / gross return report is a supplementary report to the ANREV Australia Core Open End Fund Monthly Index (ACOE) published one month after every quarter showing aggregated gross returns of the 19 ACOE funds.
The ANREV Management fees and terms study explores fees and costs structures of Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds with a focus on total expense ratios (TERs) and real estate expense ratios (REERs).
For the first time in 2020 the study will also cover the first data on the Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER) which is the new global standards adopted by ANREV, INREV and NCREIF PREA reporting standards to facilitate comparison of fees and costs between real estate investment vehicles that operate across the different regions.
The first in a three-part webinar series is successfully held on Tuesday 6th October 2020.
The series will follow the journey from the very beginning of Bouwinvest’s data analytics strategy from initial “Origination & Goal Setting” in Session 1, through “Processes, Challenges & Key Success Factors” in Session 2 and finish with “Results & Outcomes” in Session 3.
Marleen Bosma-Verhaegh, Head of Research & Strategic Advisory for Bouwinvest will walk you through the organisation’s challenges and successes with regards to data and its relationship to investment decision making. This includes providing an insight into how and why decisions were made relating to the storage and use of data, as well as the positive impacts these changes have made to their global, real estate business processes.
Session 2: Processes, Challenges & Key Success Factors
This will be an optionally interactive session including four anonymous survey questions to complete upon event registration. The results will be discussed during the webinar.
This webinar series is delivered in collaboration with the ANREV Technology & Innovation Working Group.
Tuesday 2 November
16:30 - 17:30 (HK Time GMT+8)
The ANREV Australia Core Open End Fund Monthly Index (ACOE) saw a total return of 0.25% in September 2020. The ACOE includes 19 funds with a total GAV of AUD 111.55 billion.
The ACOE index also reports data on geographic allocation by sectors.
Tackling transparency is the top priority for new ANREV chairman Willem de Geus, in order to attract more capital to non-listed Asia Pacific real estate.
De Geus, who took over from founding chairman Nicholas Loup in September, is a long-time advocate of improved transparency and information in the real estate sector and was involved in the launch of EPRA, the European Public Real Estate Association, in 1999 and INREV, ANREV’s European sister organisation, in 2003. He has been involved with ANREV since its earliest days and was behind the close alignment with INREV.
Member and non-members can download the full interview.
ANREV has launched the third release of the ANREV ODCE Asset Level Performance Consultation Report.
The ANREV Asset Level Performance Report is not an index as the coverage is limited to assets held by 6 funds with a pan Asia core open end strategy.
The ANREV Asset Level Performance Report results are based on asset level data that is provided to ANREV directly from managers. Data collection starts immediately after a quarter has ended for a period of up to 6 weeks after quarter end.