• Total real estate AUM at US$4.7 trillion, marking a new record in the history of the survey

    • Top 10 RE managers reported a total of US$1.9 trillion AUM, a  28% increase on the US$1.5 trillion equivalent at the end of 2020

    • GLP is making is replacing CapitaLand in the top 10

    At the end of 2021, the total global real estate assets under management (AUM) reached a new record high of US$4.7 trillion compared with the US$4.1 trillion recorded a year earlier.The total AUM of the top 10 managers exceeded US$1.9 trillion. With US$475.6 billion of real estate AUM, Blackstone tops the overall list, followed by Brookfield and Prologis.
     
    GLP is making is replacing CapitaLand in the top 10 and takes the first spot in APAC.

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  • [Recording] Investing for growth in the challenging landscape of US real estateVIDEO
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  • The ANREV Australia Core Open End Fund Monthly Index (ACOE) saw a total return of 0.69% in April 2022. The ACOE includes 19 funds with a total GAV of AUD 126.58 billion.

    The ACOE Index also reports data on geographic allocation by sector.

    Please contact Justin Wong, Daisy Huang, or Donald Lam if you have any questions regarding the Index.

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  • This ANREV Vehicles Universe document provides data on 384 vehicles with a total gross asset value (GAV) of US$ 286.9 billion as of Q4 2021. Data on 246 vehicles (total GAV US$176.0 billion) was extracted from the ANREV Vehicles Database. Data on the remaining 138 vehicles came from secondary sources.

    If you have any questions, please contact Daisy Huang or Justin Wong.

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  • • The ANREV Annual Fund Index strongly returned 12.30%, up from 0.81% in 2020, their second highest return since the inception of the index

    •Opportunity funds outperformed the all funds index as well as core and value added funds

    •Australia funds outperformed single country funds with a yearly total return of 13.70%

    Data contributions were received from 82 funds with a total gross asset value of US$157.1 billion. Further detail of the sub-indices which cover fund style and various geographies can be found in the full report.

    We would like to thank all the companies that supported the data collection exercise and look forward to your continued support in the next round of data collection.

    If you have any questions about the ANREV Index or want to take part in this industry-led initiative, please contact Daisy Huang or Justin Wong.

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  • The ninth consultation release of the Global IRR Index includes 331 funds with non-core strategies, comprising of 291 value added and 40 opportunity funds.

    Key highlights:
    > This Global IRR Index release features 70 Asia Pacific, 113 European and 148 US funds
    > The average IRR of funds launched in 2019 increase by 529 bps to 6.8%

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  • With the popularity of the Asia Pacific non-listed real estate market continuing to increase, it is timely to assess how much capital is entering the market and what this figure represents on a global basis.

    The Capital Raising Survey was first launched in 2014. This survey gives an insight into capital raising activities within the non-listed real estate industry by region, product type and investment strategy. The non-listed real estate products include separate accounts, joint ventures, club deals, funds of funds and non-listed real estate debt products. The report offers detailed insights into global and regional capital raising figures.

    The 2021 survey attracted the participation of 130 fund managers from 24 countries across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.

    Capital was sought for 743 vehicles which equate to a minimum of US$288 billion of new equity raised for investments into non-listed real estate.

    The Asia Pacific region attracted US$39 billion of new capital.

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  • Fund managers remain focused on financial performance amidst growing interest in sustainability Sustainability has been gaining traction as a concept in recent times. Nonetheless, fund managers appear to be primarily still interested in the bottom line.
    Correspondingly, this study was conducted by Jeslyn NG, to uncover the possible influence of ESG factors on the performance of private equity real estate funds in Asia Pacific.

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  • ANREV has launched the ninth 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 8 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.

    Please provide feedback and comments to Justin Wong or Amélie Delaunay.

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  • The eleventh gross return report shows a 3-month total gross return of 2.05% for the period between January and March 2022.
     
    The 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.

    Please contact Daisy Huang or Justin Wong if you have any questions regarding the Index.

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