Must not fall into 'FOMO' trap
Had targeted a £200m IPO
China funds did well
As we approach Q4 2017, we believe commercial real estate should continue to see healthy operating fundamentals in most global markets amid solid economic growth, steady job creation, reasonable new supply levels, and monetary conditions that are likely...
Focus on digital eco-system
Seeking joint venture partners
FCA urges groups to adopt 'remediation measures' as review finds failings in post-Brexit property turmoil
Will review whether regulatory change required
Retail investors pulled £1.bn from property funds in June 2016
Will invest in social housing in the UK
Insights from IW's Property Breakfast Briefing
'Winning cites' in a post Brexit world
Professional investors caused trading suspensions
FCA opens discussion on further 'regulatory intervention' for open-ended funds investing in illiquid assets
Follows last year's property fund suspensions
Q&A with manager of the £1.5bn trust
Guy Glover, manager of the F&C UK Property fund, gives his outlook for the sector after a turbulent 2016.
Threat of firms moving to European cities
Impact of Brexit and Trump
In the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, the spotlight fell on UK property and those who invest in it, writes Michael Barrie, director of fund management - property, at Legal & General Investment Management.
First time it was most popular sector
Ryan Dobratz, co-lead manager of the Third Avenue Real Estate Value fund, talks to Lawrence Gosling about opportunities from improving sentiment towards out-of-favour areas like London and Hong Kong in 2017.
Several suspended after EU referendum
Foreign investment down
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.