Liquid real estate Issue 01
Euromoney’s Liquid real estate will be received by a select audience of 15,000 senior real estate advisors, bankers, developers and investors in Europe, Asia, the Gulf and North America. It will analyse deals; cover the industry sectors; look at REITS; invite guest articles; profile deal makers and their companies, including private equity firms and funds; publish CMBS, RMBS, loan, derivative league tables; feature new markets and regions; challenge the real estate industry and publish guides.
Euromoney, the respected journal of the international capital markets, has extended its real estate coverage to include a quarterly real estate magazine. Since June 2005, and every month thereafter, Euromoney covered the exciting new developments and opportunities in liquid real estate, including the extremely popular real estate awards in September. Two major factors were behind this:
• International investing in real estate is growing rapidly and will continue to grow – more than 25% of investment in property in Europe during the past two years was made by institutions moving capital across borders. Asia, the Gulf region and the Americas are experiencing similar flows – in other words real estate is no longer the comfortably domestic business it once was.
• Real estate investing is becoming more complex. Advisors and investment bankers are devising sophisticated new investment vehicles to meet demand from the buy-side for more transparency, more liquidity and more effective tax structures in their property portfolios.
These big new trends place Euromoney’s Liquid real estate in an ideal position to become the voice of the international real estate industry.