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Optimism for commercial real estate in the region is strong. The $200 billion-plus record investment in 2021 has the potential to grow by 10% this year, despite external risks, with allocations to alternative assets such as multi-family apartments, data centres and medical facilities increasingly appealing, says Andrew Moore, head of real estate, Asia Pacific, Schroders Capital.
Four drivers of real estate returns in Asia Pacific
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Even amid the turmoil of the global pandemic, private equity (PE) attracted capital inflows. Both 2020 and 2021 were strong years in performance. Why, when investors face so many challenges, has PE stayed so robust, ask Schroders’ experts.
Selecting the winning themes in private equity
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With sustainability so integral to allocation decisions for asset owners across Asia, what is the value of 'natural capital' to portfolios? Schroders believes that understanding - and embracing - this amid the ongoing changes to the climate, physical environment and biodiversity is key to avoiding nature-related financial risks.
Beyond Profit: Making natural capital matter
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Asian equity investors need to identify businesses that embrace sustainability, engage well with stakeholders while effectively positioning for growth from Asia’s emerging, long-term structural shifts. Stephen Kam of Schroders shares how.
Capitalising on Asia’s trends through sustainability
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Local knowledge in the region’s diverse real estate markets will enable investors to pivot between defensive and offensive strategies to tap opportunities despite uncertainty, says Andrew Moore, head of real estate, Asia Pacific, Schroders Capital.
Three routes to returns in Asian direct real estate
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The long-term success of Asian sustainable bonds requires greater disclosure and impact measurement. Angus Hui of Schroders shares how effectively quantifying sustainability will take the asset class to the next level.
How measuring sustainability is key for Asian bonds
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Although sustainable funds have seen increasing inflows amid growing environmental awareness and the spotlight on social issues due to Covid-19, the industry still lacks a standard definition of sustainable investing. Nicholette MacDonald-Brown, head of European blend equities at Schroders, explains the firm’s three-pronged approach of people, process and purpose.
Three 'Ps' that make your sustainable investing the ‘real deal’
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Institutional investors still believe private asset investing comes with extra challenges, but that the diversification and return benefits make it worth their while. A recent Schroders survey identifies notable increases in interest for real estate debt, infrastructure equity and insurance-linked securities.
Private assets make up 13.7% of portfolios: Schroders survey
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The past year has seen something of a growth spurt for green bonds, with the market heading toward the $1 trillion milestone, according to data from the Climate Bonds Initiative and Bloomberg. It has also seen the emergence of social bonds, used for social investments with aims such as expanding access to healthcare and education. As well as significant government bond launches, there has been increased issuance from the corporate sector and from a wider range of businesses and indust…
Green and ESG bonds: what’s behind their rise?
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China’s domestic private equity (PE) market has grown rapidly in the past ten years offering a range of opportunities with tremendous growth potential. Yet without the right fund structure, international investors simply can’t access many of the most exciting deals. Jun Qian, Head of Investments China and General Manager for Schroder Adveq explains.
Why investors in China PE might be missing out on most of the market
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