The ANREV Annual Index measures net asset value performance of Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds on an annual basis. Performance is measured net of fees and costs. The fund should be active for the full year in order to be included in the ANREV Annual Index. The ANREV Annual Index is an unfrozen index which means that historical data can change with future updates.

The Index was launched in 2011 and is published each year in April.

  • Data contributions were received from 100 funds with a total gross asset value of US$136.5 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 7.9% in local currency for 2019 compared with 9.6% in 2018.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2019, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2019 Quarterly Index. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated results.

    If you have any questions about the ANREV Index or wish to take part in this industry-led initiative, please contact Daisy Huang at [email protected] or Kip Kong at [email protected]

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  • Data contributions were received from 96 funds with a total gross asset value of US$136.1 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 9.4% in local currency for 2018 compared with 14.7% in 2017.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2018, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2018 Quarterly Index. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated results.

    If you have any questions about the ANREV Index or wish to take part in this industry-led initiative, please contact Daisy Huang at [email protected] or Kip Kong at [email protected]

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  • Data contributions were received from 96 funds with a total gross asset value of US$120.7 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 14.3% in local currency for 2017 compared with 10.3% in 2016.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2017, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2017 Quarterly Index. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated results.

    If you have any questions about the ANREV Index or wish to take part in this industry-led initiative, please contact Ricky Cheng at [email protected]

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  • Data contributions were received from 84 funds with a total gross asset value of US$93.6 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 10.6% in local currency for 2016 compared with 12.1% in 2015.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2016, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2016 Quarterly Index. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated result.

    To participate in the ANREV Index, please contact Henry Lam at [email protected] to take part in this industry-led initiative or if you have any questions about the ANREV Index.

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  • Data contributions were received from 84 funds with a total gross asset value of US$87.9 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 11.7% in local currency for 2015 compared with 9.0% in 2014.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2015, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2015 Quarterly Index. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated result.

    To participate in the ANREV Index, please contact Amélie Delaunay at [email protected] or Henry Lam at [email protected] to take part in this industry-led initiative or if you have any questions about the ANREV Index.

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  • Data contributions were received from 93 funds with a total gross asset value of US$87.7 billion. The All Asia Index headline return was 9.1% in local currency for 2014 compared with 9.2% in 2013.

    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 next year.

    Together with the release of Annual Index 2014, ANREV has recalculated the Q4 2014 Quarterly Index and has passed the hurdle of 100 funds. Members can move to ANREV Analysis Tool to check out the updated result. ANREV has also reviewed the ANREV Index Guide to reflect recent changes in production and publication of ANREV Index.

    To participate in the ANREV Index, please contact Amélie Delaunay at [email protected] or Henry Lam at [email protected] to take part in this industry-led initiative or if you have any questions about the ANREV Index.

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  • The 2013 full year results of the ANREV Annual Index show that Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds performance has improved compared to 2012. The headline returns for the “All Funds” index show an overall return of 9.2%, an increase from 7.7% in 2012. The ANREV Annual Index 2013 included participation of 91 funds with a total gross asset value of US$87 billion.

    The increased sample size also allowed ANREV to publish sub-indices on structure and sector for the first time. The structure sub indices shows that open end funds outperformed closed end funds in 2013, which was not the case in 2012. And single sector funds outperformed multi sector funds in 2013.

    In terms of geographies, single country funds in Japan and China were strong performers compared to multi country funds. Japanese non-listed real estate funds recovered after a negative return in 2012 to return 9.4% in 2013.

     

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