To further develop INREV’s position on technology in the non-listed real estate industry. Drive the industry forward by investigating the current and future challenges and opportunities for the non-listed real estate industry. Foster a dialogue between investors, advisors, specialists, and fund managers to increase knowledge and market transparency. The committee will investigate what current technologies are available, how are they used, and what their implications are for the industry.
|Thijs van Gelder (Chair)||PGGM||The Netherlands|
|Alieh Kazemi||APG Asset Management||The Netherlands|
|Davide Manstretta||BlackRock||United Kingdom|
|Emmanuel Lumineau||United Kingdom|
|Fabian Huerzeler||Swiss Life Asset Managers||Switzerland|
|Gerald Kremer||Credit Suisse Asset Management||Switzerland|
|Jose Maria Camacho Cabiscol||Abu Dhabi Investment Authority||United Arab Emirates|
|Kitty Rietveld-de Haan||CBRE Global Investors||The Netherlands|
|Richard Gerritsen||Yardi Systems BV||The Netherlands|
|Tom Woollard||Edge Technology Group||United Kingdom|
|Vincent van Gerven||Bouwinvest Real Estate Investors||The Netherlands|
This paper focuses primarily on how blockchain and tokenisation can impact nonlisted real estate investments, be it when making investments into funds or individual assets.
This paper addresses how technology can improve underwriting and investment decisions throughout the full cycle of a real estate investment. It’s the second in a series of papers from the Technology Committee that aim to help INREV members understand how technology can be leveraged to address recurrent challenges in the real estate industry.
While some industries are constantly moving towards digital excellence, the real estate and construction industries still lag behind. This paper explores the diverse ways digital technologies may be applied in a digitally excellent real estate organisation, as well as the impact of technology on its business processes, structures and mindset.
Most of those involved with non-listed real estate now agree that digital innovation is set to bring big changes to the industry. But the range of potential uses of new technologies – even those that have already been identified – is mind-boggling.
In this fast moving environment, INREV is looking to help the industry harness the potential of new technology and achieve favourable outcomes from the vast range of choices it will face. Read the Committee Spotlight on the Technology and Innovation Committee.