Download #RREEF research report: Global Real Estate Strategic Outlook 2012
While economic momentum in the US is improving, Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and China’s construction of a ‘soft-landing’ will result in slower global growth in 2012. Real estate continues to offer attractive value relative to the bond market with lower volatility in contrast with the equity market. As the global economy is expected to recover later in 2012 and 2013, RREEF recommends a modest overweight to Asia Pacific and the US with a modest underweight to Europe, notwithstanding currency and tax effects.
RREEF Real Estate is the real estate investment business of Deutsche Asset Management, investing across the risk spectrum in core, value-added and opportunistic real estate, real estate and infrastructure securities and real estate debt on behalf of governments, corporations and insurance companies worldwide. RREEF is the Day one luncheon sponsor for the 11th annual Real Estate Investment World Asia 2012.
Mr Koichiro Obu, Head of Research, Japan & Korea from RREEF will be speaking at a panel discussion at REIW Asia Conference Day 2. Here are the details:
Panel: Core and distressed real estate investing in Japan – How are risks, yields and exit strategies looking? (11.30a.m., Thursday, 28 June 2012)
- Mr Francois Trausch, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, GE Capital Real Estate
- Mr Hidetoshi Ono, Head of Japan Core Fund, AXA Real Estate
- Mr Koichiro Obu, Head of Research, Japan & Korea, RREEF
- Mr William Schoenfeld, Founder & President, Asia Pacific Land
Get more insights at the Real Estate Investment World Asia 2012, taking place from 26 – 28 June 2012 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Visit www.reiwasia.com or download conference brochure for more information.