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Investments in sustainably managed timberland and farmland can play a vital role in improving the world’s natural capital while allowing investors to benefit from long-term global trends that will help them achieve their investment objectives, according to Gwen Busby, head of research and strategy, and Skye Macpherson, head of portfolio management, both from Nuveen Natural Capital.
Making natural capital the norm for sustainable portfolios
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A risk management overlay can be a constant feature of institutional investment portfolios. Its ability to potentially mitigate drawdowns can be particularly helpful through financial storms, explains Philip Tso, head of institutional business, Asia Pacific, at Allianz Global Investors.
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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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CBRE’s Greg Hyland, head of capital markets in Asia Pacific, and Dr Henry Chin, global head of investor thought leadership and regional head of research, expect significant inflows into commercial real estate in the region, enabling it to continue to roar in the Year of the Tiger.
Asian commercial property set for historic investment highs
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