Recent months have been mixed for the UK property market. The asset class performed well early in the year, but returns were rocked by the uncertainty surrounding June's Brexit vote.
Need for Hong Kong to work out relationship with China
Follows third fund launch in August
First time strategy available to UK
After seeing sufficient inflows
Fund re-opened this week
Investing in Asia Pacific property
Walker taking a career break
Columbia Threadneedle's Jordison: Property suspensions were regrettable but they brought order to the market
Fund reopened after Brexit suspension
Property managers share their views
Suspended trading on 4 July
Re-opening on 14 October
Closed-ended property trusts may not have been as badly impacted by the Brexit vote as their open-ended counterparts, which suffered £792m of redemptions in July, but the summer has still been a volatile period for the sector.
As open-ended property funds start to reopen after suspensions following the Brexit vote, there is a danger the debate around these vehicles gets kicked into the long grass until the next crisis erupts.
GICS has reclassified real estate as standalone sector
Aviva Investors has announced it will resume trading of its £1.5bn Property Trust from 15 December, having suspended the fund in July.
Key announcements over the break
Suspended trading in July
Other property funds remain suspended
'Opportunities' for active investors
Rebuilding liquidity complete
Hopes to remove dilution adjustment altogether in time